K Kavitha In Letter To Court

'Reputation Hit, Privacy Invaded': K Kavitha In Letter To Delhi Court

K Kavitha was arrested on March 15 in the Delhi liquor policy case.

New Delhi:

The Delhi’s Rouse Avenue court today extended the judicial custody of BRS leader K Kavitha – arrested in the Delhi liquor policy case – till April 23.

K Kavitha – the daughter of former Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao – was arrested on March 15 by the Enforcement Directorate, which is investigating the money laundering angle in the alleged scam. 

e Central Bureau of Investigation, which had begun the initial investigation into the liquor policy case, has also been allowed her to question in the jail.

Ms Kavitha, in a letter to the court, said that the investigation by central agencies – which she called a “media trial” – has hit her reputation and invaded her privacy.

“I’m a victim. My personal and political reputation has been targeted. My mobile phone is displayed on all television channels, directly invading my privacy,” she said in the letter which was read out in the court by her lawyer.

“I have cooperated with the agencies and given all the bank account details. I will hand over all the mobile phones which the ED claim that I have destroyed,” the letter said.

The court had earlier refused to permit K Kavitha to address the court personally and said that she could give her requests in written form.

Hitting out at the BJP for the alleged misuse of the central agencies by the BJP, Ms Kavitha in the letter said, “95 per cent cases of ED/CBI are against the opposition leaders and when the accused Joins BJP the investigation abruptly stops.”

While leaving the court, the BRS leader said that the case against her “won’t stand the test of time”. “This is a case completely based on the statement. It is a political case. This is a case of targeting the opposition parties,” she told reporters.

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