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    Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS) MLC Kavitha has sought legal advice from Supreme Court Advocate Rakesh Choudhary regarding the ongoing investigation by the Enforcement Directorate (ED). On Tuesday morning, she visited Chaudhary’s office to discuss the manner in which the authorities were conducting the investigation. The focus of the discussion was reportedly on the possibility of Kavitha being called as a suspect and interrogated for hours.

    After the meeting, Kavitha returned to KCR’s house before heading to the ED office later in the day. On Monday, she had already been questioned by ED officials for over 10 hours and was asked to appear for another hearing on Tuesday morning.

    During Tuesday’s hearing, the investigation is expected to center around Kavitha’s mobile phones. Officials claim that she had changed and destroyed 10 phones related to the case. However, Kavitha has denied these allegations and claimed that all the phones are still in her possession, with plans to present them to the authorities.

    It is worth noting that the ED is investigating a money laundering case related to the Telangana State Road Transport Corporation (TSRTC). The case involves alleged irregularities in the procurement of buses for the corporation during the tenure of former TSRTC Managing Director Sunil Sharma. Kavitha’s involvement in the case is still under investigation.

    Rajesh M
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