"Messing With Wrong People": Kavitha to BJP

“Messing With Wrong People”: Kavitha to BJP

Hyderabad: In response to claims made by the Bharatiya Janata Party that Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao’s daughter and MLC K Kavitha acted as a “middleman” in the case involving the Delhi excise policy between the liquor industry and the Aam Aadmi Party government, Ms. Kavitha called the claims “baseless” and insisted she had nothing to do with it.

“The accusations against me made by the BJP and members of its party are absolutely unfounded.

They have access to all the agencies, so they may conduct any necessary investigations. We’ll work together entirely “She spoke.


Further, Ms. Kavitha claimed that the BJP is attempting to tarnish the reputation of her family because it is “rattled” by criticism from KCR, who has been “extremely loud and caustic” in criticising the policies of the BJP-led union government. She said, “You (BJP) are dealing with the wrong people.

"Messing With Wrong People": Kavitha to BJP
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Following their accusations against her, Parvesh Varma and Manjinder Sirsa, leaders of the Delhi BJP, will be sued for defamation by the TRS MLC. According to insiders, she would also ask the court for an injunction against the accusers.

The BJP claimed that Manish Sisodia received the first instalment of a bribe worth crores of rupees to boost the commission from 2.5% to 12.5% under the new alcohol policy. BJP further claimed that Mr. Sisodia received 150 crore.


Kavitha on BJP further claims

The BJP questioned Manish Sisodia, the deputy chief minister of Delhi, on whether he had ever seen Ms. Kavitha after accusing him of meeting with the leader of Telangana.

In a news conference today, BJP leaders Parvesh Verma and Manjinder Singh Sirsa said that multiple meetings involving the liquor mafia, ministers, and officers were held to adjust the excise policy to their preferences.

“The conference took place in Delhi’s Oberoi Hotel. The meeting’s attendees included the commissioner, the Delhi Excise officer, Manish Sisodia, the deputy chief minister, a few members of the liquor mafia, and a few politicians. Family members of KCR were in attendance for the gathering. To see Manish Sisodia, she had brought along numerous members of the liquor mafia. They arrived via a private aircraft. In Punjab, they had put the policy into effect. They had planned everything with Sisodia and Arvind Kejriwal “Mr. Verma said


“Arvind Kejriwal, the chief minister, and Manish Sisodia, the minister of excise, had to explain why the commission paid to booze merchants was raised by 10%. Additionally, he needs to describe the connection between Dinesh Arora, Vijay Nayar, and Vijay Arora, who make up the liquor mafia, and himself, K. Kavitha, and them. And Aman Dhal used to handle the task of giving the Aam Aadmi Party the money by collecting it from all of this. which has alcohol contracts in Punjab and Delhi, “Parvesh Verma made a claim.

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