ED Summoning BRS’s Kavitha A ‘Drama’ By BJP, Says T’gana Cong Leader

The ruling Congress party in Telangana on Monday alleged that the ED summoning BRS MLC K Kavitha in connection with the Delhi excise policy probe is merely an attempt by the BJP to show that it is not the ‘B team’ of the BRS. “ED notices were sent to Kavitha today just because Lok Sabha polls are across the corner, BJP wants to show the people of Telangana that they are not A or B team of BRS”, state Congress Vice-President Chamala Kiran Kumar Reddy said in a video released on Monday night, news agency PTI reported.

PTI quoted Reddy as saying, “In the recent assembly elections, the people of Telangana realised that the BJP and BRS are together. Now, after BRS lost the assembly elections, the BJP began the drama of ED questioning Kavitha as the party wants to gain politically. But, the people of Telangana are very clever. Such instant actions will not show any impact”.

The Enforcement Directorate has summoned Kavitha for a fresh round of questioning in connection with its probe into the Delhi excise policy-linked money laundering case, official sources told PTI.   

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K Kavitha May Not Appear Before ED For Questioning In Delhi Liquor Policy Case: Report

The 45-year-old daughter of former Telangana CM K Chandrashekhar Rao has been asked to appear before the agency in Delhi on Tuesday. However, she may not appear before the agency and has communicated her decision to the investigating officer through an email, PTI reported official sources as informing. She was questioned thrice in this case last year and the central agency recorded her statement under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA). 

The Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS) MLC has asserted in the past that she has done nothing wrong and alleged that the BJP-led Centre was using the ED as the saffron party could not gain a backdoor entry into Telangana, reported PTI. 

“We have seen that BJP has used backdoor entry in 9 states, they are unable to do it in Telangana,” K Kavitha earlier said in a presser. 

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