BRS MLC K Kavitha link to Rs 292 Crore Crime Proceeds In Liquor Scam: ED

The Enforcement Directorate (ED) has filed a custody petition in a Delhi court accusing BRS MLC K Kavitha of involvement in a kickback scheme amounting to at least ₹292.8 crore, with Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leaders. The ED alleges that Kavitha conspired with other individuals and was actively involved in the payment of kickbacks to Delhi government functionaries to gain illegal benefits in the excise policy.

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According to the ED, Kavitha, along with others, established a money laundering ecosystem through the firm Indo Spirits, using her proxy. The agency claims that by engaging in such acts, Kavitha was involved in various processes and activities relating to proceeds of crime amounting to at least ₹292.8 crore.

BRS MLC K Kavitha link to Rs 292 Crore Crime Proceeds In Liquor Scam: ED
BRS MLC K Kavitha link to Rs 292 Crore Crime Proceeds In Liquor Scam: ED

“She has conspired with other people and was actively involved in the payment of kickbacks to the tune of ₹100 crore and establishing the money laundering ecosystem. The firm, Indo Spirits, through her proxy, generated proceeds of crime (PoC). By such acts, Kavitha was involved in various processes and activities relating to proceeds of crime to the tune of at least ₹292.8 crore,” ED alleged.

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K Kavitha (through her proxy Arun Pillai) was a partner in Indo Spirits, which is a vehicle for recoupment of the advance kickbacks paid and to generate further proceeds of crime. Kavitha was involved in the transfer of proceeds of crime of ₹100 crore through her staff/associates, Abhishek Boinpally and Buchi Babu, which was paid to AAP leaders,” it added.

Alleged Kickback Scheme and Money Laundering
The ED alleges that Kavitha conspired with others and was actively involved in the payment of kickbacks totaling ₹100 crore. The agency claims that through her proxy, Indo Spirits, Kavitha generated proceeds of crime (PoC) and was involved in various processes and activities related to the proceeds of crime amounting to at least ₹292.8 crore.

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Involvement in Indo Spirits and Money Transfers
The petition states that Kavitha, through her proxy Arun Pillai, was a partner in Indo Spirits, which served as a vehicle for recouping advance kickbacks and generating further proceeds of crime. The ED alleges that Kavitha was involved in transferring proceeds of crime amounting to ₹100 crore through her staff/associates, Abhishek Boinpally and Buchi Babu, to AAP leaders.

The agency stated: “Kavitha, who is the ultimate in charge of the share of Arun Pillai in Indo Spirits and was intrinsically involved in the conspiracy of policy formulation, kickback scheme and the final profits generated/PoC, laundered through Indo Spirits.”

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Confessions and Allegations
An employee of Kavitha allegedly confessed to the ED that he collected cash from various sources and delivered it to individuals involved in the scheme. The agency claims that the money collected was transferred for the AAP election campaign in Goa through the Hawala route.

Conspiracy and Undue Favours
The ED alleges that Kavitha, along with other members of the South Group, conspired with top leaders of the AAP and gave them kickbacks to the tune of ₹100 crore. In exchange, they allegedly received undue favors in the formulation and implementation of the Delhi excise policy. The agency claims that Kavitha orchestrated a deal with Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and Deputy CM Manish Sisodia, offering them kickbacks through intermediaries and middlemen.

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Statements and Responses
YSRC former MP Magenta Srinivasula Reddy claimed in his statement to the ED that when he met Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal, the latter was cordial and expressed openness to business opportunities. Srinivasula Reddy alleged that Kavitha had approached him earlier regarding a liquor business in Delhi, offering to pay ₹100 crore to AAP.

The ED’s custody petition alleges that BRS MLC K Kavitha was involved in a ₹100 crore kickback scheme with AAP leaders, aiming to gain illegal benefits in Delhi’s excise policy. The case highlights the alleged nexus between politicians, businesspersons, and illegal activities, raising questions about ethical practices and transparency in governance.


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