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'Every child knows ED arrives before PM Modi...': KCR's daughter after name appears in Delhi liquor scam

Delhi Liquor Policy scam: PM Modi can put us behind the bars, but we will still be working for the people and expose the failures of the BJP, says Telangana CM KCR's daughter K Kavitha after her name appeared in ED's remand report.

Shashwat Bhandari Edited By: Shashwat Bhandari @ShashBhandari New Delhi Updated on: December 01, 2022 12:59 IST
TRS MLC K Kavitha
Image Source : ANI TRS MLC K Kavitha

Delhi Liquor Policy: A day after Telangana CM Kalvakuntla Chandrashekar Rao (KCR) daughter K Kavitha's name surfaced in a remand report by the Enforcement Directorate, she alleged that the same thing is happening in Telangana as we have elections next year, ED has arrived before PM Modi in the state.

"Modi government came 8 years ago and in these 8 years democratically elected government in 9 states were toppled while BJP formed its own regime in an inappropriate way. Every child in the country knows ED arrives before PM Modi in poll-bound states. This has happened in Telangana," K Kavitha said.

"Same thing is happening in Telangana as we've elections next year ED has arrived before PM Modi in the state. We've welcomed them and will be cooperating with them. Still, BJP is playing cheap tricks," she said.

"PM Modi can put us behind the bars, but we will still be working for the people and expose the failures of the BJP. TRS government is running smoothly in Telangana. We have exposed their conspiracy to topple the state govt and Telangana's people have witnessed it," she added.

The name of TRS leader K. Kavitha has surfaced in the remand report filed by the ED for the remand of businessman Amit Arora in Delhi liquor policy scam.

Kavitha, a member of Telangana Legislative Council and daughter of Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao has been named as one of the members of 'South Group'.

According to the remand report, businessman Vijay Nair, who has already been arrested in the case, received kickbacks of Rs 100 crore on behalf of AAP leaders from a group, called 'South Group'.

The remand report says that the policy promoted cartel formations through back door awarded exorbitant wholesale (12 per cent) and huge retail (185 per cent) profit margins and incentivized other illegal activities on account of criminal conspiracy of leaders of AAP.

"The 12 per cent margin to the wholesalers was devised to extract half of it as a kickback to the AAP leaders. As per the investigation carried so far, Vijay Nair, on behalf of leaders of AAP has at least received kickbacks to the tune of Rs 100 crore from a group called South Group (controlled by Sarath Reddy, K. Kavitha, Magunta Srinivasulu Reddy) by various persons including Amit Arora. The same has been disclosed by the arrestee Amit Arora in his statements," reads the report.

This is the first time that Kavitha's name has figured in the investigation. It was in August that BJP MP Parvesh Varma and former MLA Manjinder Singh Sirsa had made allegations linking her to the scam.

On a defamation case filed by Kavitha, City Civil Court in Hyderabad, in an interim order, had directed the BJP leaders not to make any defamatory statements against Kavitha.

Kavitha had termed the allegations 'completely baseless'. Stating that the BJP government has all agencies in their hands, she said they can do whatever investigations required and she would completely cooperate.

Kavitha had claimed that BJP was trying to tarnish the reputation of Chief Minister KCR's family by making baseless allegations as he had been vocal in criticising policies of the BJP government.

(With inputs from IANS)

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