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Delhi liquor scam: Kavitha to meet CBI on December 6

The Central Bureau of Investigation issued a notice to MLC K Kavitha on Friday under Section 160 of the Criminal Procedure Code, requesting a meeting with her in connection with the Delhi liquor policy controversy.

On Friday, Kavitha issued a statement saying she had been served with the notice.

“I’ve been issued a CBI Notice under Section 160 of Cr.P.C, seeking my clarification. I have informed the authorities, that I can meet them at my residence in Hyderabad on Dec 6th as per their request,” she said.

According to sources, officials from the CBI called her personal assistant and said they needed to speak with her. She called the official back, who said a few details needed to be gathered.

Kavitha then asked them to proceed officially, and a notice was issued under Section 160 of the CrPC, which allows an investigating official to request a person’s presence for information on facts and circumstances the person may be familiar with.

They asked her to notify them of a suitable location, and Kavitha chose to meet them at her residence on December 6.

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It is also worth noting that Kavitha met Telangana Chief Minister and her father K. Chandrashekar Rao on Saturday.

Kavitha drove to Pragati Bhavan, the official residence of Chief Minister KCR. They are thought to be discussing a strategy to counter the BJP government’s political vendetta at the Centre by targeting them through Central agencies.

She is expected to discuss the latest developments with her brother, state minister K. T. Rama Rao, and other family members.

TRS leaders are also speculated to be discussing the party’s political strategy in response to investigations by central agencies such as the CBI, Enforcement Directorate (ED), and Income Tax against state ministers, MPs, state legislators, and other leaders.




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