Delhi Court Extends ED Custody of Kavitha in Excise Policy Case Until March 26th

A New Delhi court has extended the custody of BRS leader K. Kavitha until March 26th in a money laundering case related to Delhi’s excise policy. Kavitha, daughter of former Telangana chief minister K. Chandrashekar Rao, is accused of involvement in a group that allegedly paid kickbacks of ₹100 crore to the AAP for liquor licenses. The court granted the extension after the Enforcement Directorate stated she was interrogated and confronted with evidence from four individuals.

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