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BRS’ K Kavitha Flown to Delhi After Dramatic Arrest From Hyderabad Residence

K Kavitha, a prominent leader of the BRS party, was arrested by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) from her home in Hyderabad in connection with the Delhi liquor policy case. She was then taken to the ED headquarters in Delhi for further questioning. Upon her arrival in the national capital, she underwent medical tests before being brought to the agency’s office.

The ED subsequently presented K Kavitha before the Rouse Avenue court in Delhi and requested her remand for custodial interrogation. Security around the ED headquarters has been heightened, and prohibitory orders have been imposed in the vicinity.

In response to her arrest, K Kavitha’s brother and former Telangana minister KT Rama Rao criticized what he perceived as the misuse of power for political vendettas, particularly under the BJP government. He highlighted the urgency of the arrest, especially when the matter is still sub-judice and set for review in a few days.

The ED’s actions come amid a financial probe into K Kavitha’s involvement in a money laundering case related to the revoked Delhi excise policy. Her arrest sparked protests from her supporters in Hyderabad, where she was taken into custody from her residence in Banjara Hills.

The timing of the arrest, just ahead of the Lok Sabha polls and amidst significant political events in the state, has raised eyebrows. K Kavitha had been granted immunity from interrogation until Wednesday by the Supreme Court, which was scheduled to hear her petition against the ED’s summons on Friday. The matter is set for further review on Tuesday.