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    On Monday, the Delhi Court will announce its decision on the bail petition filed by BRS MLC K Kavitha in relation to cases by CBI and ED in the Delhi Liquor Policy case. Rouse Avenue Court Judge Justice Kaveri Baweja has set aside orders in the bail petition filed by Kavitha for May 6. Initially, the bail application related to the case filed by the ED was slated for May 2, but Justice Baweja decided to address both the ED and CBI cases on May 6.

    The lawyers representing BRS MLC argued that Kavitha should be granted bail because she is a woman and there is no evidence against her in the case. They also mentioned that she was a key campaigner for the BRS party in the Lok Sabha election. Additionally, they pointed out that there is no provision for arrest in cases with a sentence of less than seven years.

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    However, lawyers representing the CBI and ED claimed that Kavitha played a crucial role in the liquor case and had important information related to it. They stated that despite attempts to question her based on statements from others, she did not cooperate. They also argued that due to her high profile status, she could influence witnesses, and therefore should not be granted bail.

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