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CBI Accuses K Kavitha of Threatening Businessman Sarath Reddy

Latest newsCBI Accuses K Kavitha of Threatening Businessman Sarath Reddy
CBI Presents Allegations Against K Kavitha in Liquor Policy Case

In a recent development, the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has made serious allegations against BRS leader K Kavitha in connection with the Delhi liquor policy case. The CBI, which arrested K Kavitha on Thursday, presented its case in court, claiming that she threatened Sarath Reddy, a co-accused in the case, regarding financial matters related to the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP).

The agency alleged that K Kavitha warned Sarath Reddy of adverse consequences for his business if he did not comply with demands related to alleged kickbacks for the AAP. This allegation was part of the CBI’s argument seeking a five-day custody of K Kavitha, whom they consider a key conspirator in the scam.

According to the CBI’s statements in court, K Kavitha purportedly facilitated financial transactions involving significant sums, with connections to individuals close to jailed Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal. The agency claimed that she played a pivotal role in channeling funds to Vijay Nair, a close associate of Kejriwal.

The CBI further detailed interactions between Sarath Reddy and K Kavitha, indicating that Kavitha’s influence extended to matters concerning Delhi’s liquor business. Allegations suggest that K Kavitha assured Reddy of support from influential circles in the national capital, pressuring him to comply with financial demands linked to the AAP.

The agency emphasized the need for thorough interrogation of K Kavitha based on evidence emerging from the liquor policy probe. They highlighted financial transactions, conversations retrieved from electronic devices, and alleged partnerships in businesses as key areas requiring investigation.

In response to her arrest, K Kavitha’s legal representative raised objections, labeling the arrest as illegal and accusing the CBI of violating her fundamental rights. Kavitha’s lawyer also highlighted communication gaps during the arrest process, raising questions about procedural adherence.

The case surrounding K Kavitha and others implicated in the liquor policy scandal underscores the complex web of financial and political entanglements, shedding light on ongoing investigations into alleged corruption within the Delhi government’s administrative framework.

Sources By Agencies

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