22nd March, Mumbai: K Kavitha, former Member of Parliament from Nizamabad and daughter of Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao, appeared before the Enforcement Directorate (ED) on Monday, March 22, for questioning. Kavitha was summoned by the ED during an investigation into alleged irregularities by the Telangana State Dairy Development Cooperative Federation (TSDDCF).
When she appeared for questioning, Kavitha produced all the phones she had used in the past, including the one she was carrying at the time. He also handed over his laptop and other electronic devices to the authorities.
Kavitha had earlier appeared for questioning by the ED on March 19 and 20. He was said to have been questioned by the ED about his alleged involvement in TSDDCF violations and his association with the accused in the case.
The TSDDCF case relates to alleged irregularities in the purchase of Union dairy products and the sale of animal feed. The ED had earlier arrested several persons including TSDDCF President M. Srinivas Reddy and Managing Director P. Srinivas Reddy in connection with the case. Kavitha denied any involvement in the case and maintained that she has fully cooperated with the ED investigation. He also stated that the charges against him are political.
Kavitha’s appearance before the ED has sparked a lot of interest in Telangana politics, with opposition parties demanding a thorough investigation into the case. TSDDCF is an important organization in Telangana and thousands of farmers and dairy workers depend on it.
In conclusion, the appearance of K Kavitha before the ED for the third round of questioning in the TSDDCF case is a major step forward in the ongoing investigation. Kavitha’s decision to surrender all the phones and electronic devices she used earlier shows her willingness to cooperate with the investigation. The incident has generated considerable interest in Telangana politics and is likely to remain in the news in the coming days as more details emerge.