‘ED ARRIVES before PM Modi in poll-bound states’: KCR’s daughter Kavitha on being named in Delhi liquor scam case

HyderabadKavita, a Telangana MLA named in the Delhi liquor scam case, has targeted the Centre, saying that in election-bound states, central agencies like the Enforcement Directorate reach much before Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Modi government came 8 years ago and in these 8 years democratically elected governments were toppled in 9 states, while BJP formed their own governments through unfair means. Every child of the country knows that the ED reaches election states before PM Modi. This has happened in Telangana,” TRS MLA Kavitha told ANI.



The daughter of Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar said, ‘The same is happening in Telangana as elections are next year. ED has reached the state before PM Modi. We have welcomed them and we will cooperate with them. Still, the BJP is playing cheap tricks.”


The TRS MLC said that he and his party leaders, who are currently on the radar of central agencies like the Enforcement Directorate and the CBI, are ready to face any probe.

She was apparently referring to reports that her name had been mentioned in a remand report by the Enforcement Directorate on one of the accused in the Delhi liquor scam case—Amit Arora.

Kavita said, “We say we will face any kind of investigation. If agencies come and ask us questions, we will definitely respond. But those who tarnish the image of politicians by giving selective leaks to the media People will deny it.”

The TRS MLC also challenged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to keep him and other leaders in jail after proving that they were guilty of any wrongdoing.

It may be noted that the ED, which recently arrested Amit Arora, a Gurugram-based businessman, had reportedly claimed that Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao’s daughter Kavitha was a prominent member of the “South Group”. Who had paid at least Rs 100 crore. In connection with bribing leaders of Delhi’s ruling Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) through arrested businessman Vijay Nair.

The central agency in its remand report said that a person named “Kavitha Kalvakathala” used two phones and changed its IMEI 10 times. The ED’s move triggered protests in Telangana and a large number of TRS supporters gathered at Kavitha’s residence expressing solidarity.