Excise Case: Delhi HC denies bail to BRS Leader K Kavitha in CBI and ED cases

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Published By : Prameya News Bureau | July 01, 2024 IST

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New Delhi ,July 1 : The Delhi High Court on Monday dismissed the bail petitions moved by the Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS) leader K Kavitha in CBI and ED cases related to Excise Policy case.

The bench of Justice Swarna Kanta Sharma dismissed the bail petitions. The same bench reserved the order in the matter on May 28, 2024.

Senior Advocate Vikram Chaudhari and Advocate Nitesh Rana, for K Kavitha,argued in the matter.

Advocates Mohit Rao and Deepak Nagar also appeared for K Kavitha in the matter. Advocate DP Singh appeared for CBI and Advocate DP Singh appeared for CBI and Advocate Zoheb Hossain appeared for Enforcement Directorate.

The CBI, while opposing the bail plea, stated that the further investigation is at a very crucial stage on certain key aspects, including the involvement of other public servants and private persons as well as to ascertain the flow of the ill gotten money.

If the accused petitioner is released on bail, there is every likely hood that she will thwart the investigation herein, more specifically when she fails to meet the 'triple test', as laid down by the Constitutional Courts in a catena of decisions.

The Enforcement Directorate (ED) also opposed the bail plea of K Kavitha and stated that in the case of an offence of money laundering, mere routine conditions that ensure the presence of the accused during trial or protect the evidence are not enough because of the trans-border nature of the offence of money laundering and the influence that may be exercised by the accused.

An accused can anonymously remove the money trail using the technology, which is available today so as to make the investigation and trial in fructuous. The Delhi High Court had earlier issued notice to Enforcement Directorate and CBI on a bail petitions moved by Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS) Leader K Kavitha in the money laundering case pertaining to the scrapped Excise policy of Delhi.

Recently, the Enforcement Directorate (ED) filed a supplementary prosecution complaint (charge sheet) in Excise Policy money laundering case in Rouse Avenue Court. (ANI)

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