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    The Delhi High Court will hear BRS MLC K Kavitha’s bail petition in a money laundering case related to the Delhi Liquor Policy on Monday and Tuesday. The Enforcement Directorate (ED) is against granting her bail, stating that her release could hinder the ongoing investigation into a deep-rooted conspiracy. The ED argues that Kavitha is highly influential and could tamper with evidence or influence witnesses. They plan to file a charge sheet in the case on June 7.

    According to the ED, Kavitha conspired with others to pay kickbacks of Rs 100 crore and set up a money laundering system through M/s Indo Spirits, generating proceeds of crime amounting to Rs 192.8 crore. They claim she was involved in activities related to proceeds of crime totaling Rs 292.8 crore. Kavitha had challenged the dismissal of her bail applications in both the CBI’s corruption case and the ED’s money laundering case on May 6, leading to the current legal proceedings.

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    The ED believes there is substantial evidence linking Kavitha to money laundering and fears that crucial evidence could be destroyed if she is released on bail. They claim that her associate Arun Ramchandran Pillai acted on her behalf in M/s Indo Spirits as part of a deal involving a payment of Rs 100 crore to Delhi’s ruling party. The agency alleges that Kavitha played a central role in the kickback scheme and profit laundering through M/s Indo Spirits.

    Additionally, the ED accuses Kavitha of destroying digital evidence to hide her involvement in the scam and warns that she may continue to do so if granted bail.

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