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    K Kavitha, daughter of Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao, has been summoned by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) on March 21 for questioning related to the 2021-22 Delhi excise policy case. This comes after her previous interrogation, which lasted nearly 11 hours and included 14 questions, where she was confronted with co-accused and documentary evidence. She was also confronted with Arun Pillai, a Hyderabad-based businessman, whose remand ended on Monday.

    Initially, Kavitha had refused to join the probe at the ED office but later changed her mind and participated. The ED claims that Kavitha is one of the representatives of the South Group in the excise policy case. However, Kavitha has denied any association with former Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia, who was arrested by the CBI and ED in connection with the case.

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    The Delhi Liquor Scam case involves allegations of irregularities in the granting of licenses for retail liquor shops in Delhi during the 2021-22 excise policy. The case has been under investigation by multiple agencies, including the CBI and ED. The ED has been probing the money laundering angle in the case and has already arrested several individuals, including Manish Sisodia.

    The ED’s investigation has revealed that several individuals and companies had allegedly colluded to obtain licenses for retail liquor shops in Delhi by submitting fake documents and misrepresenting facts. The agency has also alleged that illegal gratification was paid to public servants to facilitate the grant of licenses.

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    Kavitha’s appearance before the ED is expected to shed more light on the alleged involvement of individuals and companies in the scam. The investigation is ongoing, and more arrests are likely in the coming days.

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