Judicial Custody of K. Kavita Extended Till April 23 in Delhi Liquor Policy Scam Case

In a significant development in the Delhi liquor policy scam, K. Kavita faced another setback from the court as her judicial custody was extended until April 23. The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), which presented her at the Rouse Avenue Court on Monday, sought the extension citing ongoing investigations.

During her appearance before Special Judge Kaveri Baweja, Kavita alleged that the repetitive questioning by the CBI felt more like being in “BJP’s custody” rather than the investigative agency’s. Her complaints highlight the politically charged nature of the case. Kavita was first questioned on April 6 at Tihar Jail and subsequently arrested on April 11, marking the beginning of her custody period.

The CBI has accused Kavita of non-cooperation during the investigation. Allegations against her include intimidating a certain Sharath Reddy, to ensure he paid ₹25 crores for securing liquor contracts in Delhi. The CBI claims that failing to meet this demand would result in detrimental effects to his business interests in both Telangana and Delhi. Furthermore, it was suggested that Kavita played a crucial role in involving Reddy in the Delhi liquor trade.

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