Posters depicting BJP national general secretary BL Santosh as a ‘Wanted’ man have appeared in numerous locations throughout Hyderabad ahead of Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS) MLC K Kavitha’s second appearance before the Enforcement Directorate in New Delhi on Thursday.
The posters highlight the difference in attitude between the BRS MLC and Santosh, with Kavitha appearing before the CBI and ED and Santosh refused to appear before the Special Investigation Team in the MLA poaching case despite being served with notices three times. He had also petitioned the court for a stay of the notifications.
The posters take a satirical jab at the BJP leader, labelling him “Wanted. Talented man in MLA poaching,” apart from declaring a prize.
The award itself is a jab at Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s unfulfilled promise of Rs 15 lakh in each Jan Dhan account.
On Thursday, BRS MLC Kavitha was scheduled to appear before the Enforcement Directorate in connection with a Prevention of Money Laundering Act case stemming from the Delhi Excise Policy Scam.
After attending nine hours of questioning in Delhi Liquor Scam on last Saturday, the BRS MLC K. Kavitha – the daughter of Chief Minister K Chandrashekher Rao, has now making-up her mind for the next round of face-off with the officials from Enforcement Directorate (ED) on March 16 in New Delhi.
It was learned that the officials had asked Kavitha to handover her mobile phone during the interrogation. Upon reaching the office, the officials ask Kavitha about her mobile phone to which she replied that it was left at her Delhi residence. When the officials insisted she place the same, she asked her staff to bring back the mobile in haste. Later, the mobile was handed over to the investigating officials. It is learned that the mobile was finally seized by the officials.
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