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    Timeline of Summons to MLC Kavitha from ED:
    Dec 2, 2022: Kavitha received a notice in the Delhi Liquor Policy case.
    Dec 11, 2022: CBI officials questioned Kavitha at her residence for over seven hours.
    March 8, 2023: ED issued notices to Kavitha to appear for questioning on March 10.
    Kavitha couldn’t appear on March 10 due to prior commitments but agreed to attend on March 11.
    March 21, 2023: Kavitha appeared for inquiry at the ED office in New Delhi.
    Feb 21, 2024: CBI summoned Kavitha for questioning in the Delhi Liquor Policy case.
    Feb 23, 2024: CBI issued notices to Kavitha under Section 41A of CrPC, indicating she may be considered as an accused.

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    The investigating agencies alleged that Kavitha was part of a group involved in illegal transactions.
    Mar 15, 2024: ED officials arrested Kavitha at her residence and took her to New Delhi for questioning.
    Mar 16, 2024: Kavitha will face questioning at Rouse Avenue Court in the National Capital.

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    Hyderabad: BRS MLC K Kavitha was arrested by the ED under provisions of the Prevention of Money-Laundering Act, 2002.
    The Act deals with offences related to money-laundering and carries strict punishments for those involved.
    The Act includes provisions for imprisonment and fines for individuals found guilty of money-laundering.
    Alcohol is considered a psychotropic substance under this Act.

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