The Delhi Liquor Scam continue to play suspense and thriller every moving day as the BRS MLC K.Kavitha – the daughter of Chief Minister K.Chandrashekher Rao, leaves for New Delhi again today evening apparently to appear before the Enforcement Directorate (ED) while her plea challenging the summons issued against her by the investigating agency is yet to come up for hearing on March 24.
After appearing before the ED on March 11 where she was questioned for almost nine hours, the BRS MLC K.Kavitha refused to attend a second round of interrogation on March 16 alleging that the investigating agency has no legal sanctity to summon a woman at her office for questioning. Instead, she sent Soma Bharath Kumar, the BRS general Secretary, to the ED office in Delhi to convey her decision.
Meanwhile, Kavitha approached the Supreme Court against the summons issued by the ED in Delhi Liquor Scam which may come-up for hearing on March 24.
However, the hell-bent Enforcement Directorate summons Kavitha again asking her to appear before the agency on March 20. The ED reportedly filed a Caveat in Supreme Court on Saturday urging the apex body not to pass any interim order on Kavitha’s plea without hearing from the Investigating Agency.
This shows that ED is hell-bent on questioning Kavitha with her physical appearance before the agency and is trying to prevent her from getting relief from the apex body from appearing in the interrogation.
Meanwhile, BRS MLC K.Kavitha left for New Delhi again on Sunday night where she might appear before the agency again. Apart from Kavitha, her Brother and Minister for Urban Development K.T.Rama Rao, MP Santosh and other senior leaders took a flight to New Delhi.
Soon after Kavitha boarded for New Delhi, speculations and rumours started making rounds that she might be arrested on March 20 after appearing before the Enforcement Directorate for questioning in Delhi Liquor Scam. It is also said that this time Kavitha may be interrogated along with other accused in the scam that the agency has already taken into custody.