Kavita’s relief continues, Supreme Court bans arrest till March 13

New Delhi. The Supreme Court on Wednesday in the case related to Delhi Excise Policy, BRS MLC K. Gave relief to poetry. Supreme Court K. The ban on Kavita’s arrest has been extended till March 13. On the request of the senior counsel appearing for the petitioner, a bench headed by Justice Bela M. Trivedi ordered the matter to be listed on the Board after two weeks. In the last hearing, the financial investigation agency had told the Supreme Court that Telangana Chief Minister K. Chandrashekhar Rao’s daughter Kavita is evading the summons issued by him.

Additional Solicitor General S.V., appearing for the ED. Raju had told a bench headed by Justice Trivedi, “She is evading the summons, not appearing.” The Supreme Court, while granting interim relief to Kavita, had told the ED in September last year that she would not appear before the court. Do not insist on his presence till the next date of listing in the ongoing investigation against the excise policy of the Aadmi Party-led Delhi government. BRS leader and KCR’s daughter K. Kavita has filed a petition in the Supreme Court challenging the summons issued to her and sought protection from arrest.

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