KCR's Daughter K Kavitha Questioned For 10 Hours In Delhi Liquor Policy-Linked Case

The Enforcement Directorate questioned BRS leader K Kavitha for about 10 hours on Monday after she appeared before the agency for a second round of interrogation in a Delhi excise policy-related money laundering case, officials said.

Apart from those of a few others involved in the case, Kavitha is said to have been confronted with statements made by Hyderabad-based businessman Arun Ramchandran Pillai, an arrested accused in the case who allegedly has close links with her, on March 11. The statement of the BRS leader was documented under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act. (PMLA).

During Monday's session, Kavitha is anticipated to have been physically confronted with Pillai and the statements of her former auditor Butchibabu Gorantla.

The 44-year-old MLC daughter of Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao was questioned in the matter for the first time on March 11 for approximately nine hours before being summoned again on March 16. Kavitha skipped the deposition last week, claiming her pending Supreme Court petition for relief from the Enforcement Directorate (ED) action in the case.

The government investigation agency rejected her claims and summoned her to testify on March 20. Her petition will be heard on March 24 by the judge.

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