Telangana MLC Kalvakuntla Kavitha denied the media reports that she had received notices from Enforcement Directorate (ED) in connection with the multi crore liquor policy scam in Delhi.
Taking to twitter, she wrote, "The media is being misled by the malicious propaganda of people sitting in Delhi. I request all the media houses to rather utilise your time in showing the truth. To save some precious time for the TV viewers, I would like to clarify that I have not received any notice(sic)."
The media is being misled by the malicious propaganda of people sitting in Delhi. I request all the media houses to rather utilise your time in showing the truth.— Kavitha Kalvakuntla (@RaoKavitha) September 16, 2022
To save some precious time of the TV viewers, I would like to clarify that I have not received any notice.
ED on Friday launched fresh raids at 40 locations across the country as part of a money laundering investigation into alleged irregularities in the now scrapped Delhi Excise Policy.
The searches are being conducted at premises linked to liquor businessmen, distributors and supply chain networks in Nellore and some other cities in Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Delhi-NCR, the ED authorities said.
Following the searches, the ED has served notices to 12 persons and 18 companies in connection with the liquor policy scam case.
This is the second round of raids being conducted by the federal agency in this case after it first conducted searches on September 6 at about 45 locations across the country.
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