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    The Rouse Avenue Court in New Delhi has ordered BRS leader K Kavitha to be in CBI custody until April 15 in connection with the alleged Delhi excise policy scam. Kavitha, aged 46, was arrested by the CBI at Tihar jail following her previous arrest by the Enforcement Directorate in a related money laundering case.

    During a hearing, the CBI argued that Kavitha was uncooperative and evasive during questioning, providing unsatisfactory answers that contradicted evidence recovered by the agency. The CBI requested five days of custody to further investigate her involvement in the case.

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    Kavitha’s counsel, Advocate Nitesh Rana, opposed the CBI’s request, labeling her arrest as illegal and accusing the agency of violating her fundamental rights. The CBI claimed that an accused-turned-approver confirmed allegations of large payments being made to co-accused individuals, including former AAP communications in-charge Vijay Nair.

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    The CBI also alleged that licenses were improperly granted under pressure from accused individuals, including Manish Sisodia. The agency claimed that Kavitha threatened individuals associated with Aurobindo Pharma and demanded substantial sums of money from them.

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    Specifically, it is alleged that Kavitha received large sums of money through fraudulent land deals and threats of business interference. The CBI asserted that she received millions of rupees from these individuals through coercion and intimidation.

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