K Kavitha paid Rs 100 crore to AAP, says ED in chargesheet

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Kavitha additionally acquired the PoC of Rs 5.5 crore from IndoSpirits in the title of her affiliate and co-accused in the case, Abhishek Boinpally, the federal company stated.

The Enforcement Directorate has alleged in its supplementary cost sheet filed in opposition to BRS chief K Kavitha earlier than a court docket right here that greater than Rs 1,100 crore was laundered in the alleged Delhi excise rip-off. According to the ED, out of Rs 1,100 crore, Kavitha was concerned in proceeds of crime (PoC) value Rs 292.8 crore. The allegations had been made in a supplementary prosecution grievance, ED’s equal to a cost sheet, filed earlier than Special Judge Kaveri Beweja, who on Monday prolonged Kavitha’s judicial custody until July 3.

The decide prolonged the custody after Kavitha was produced earlier than the court docket in pursuance of its earlier order issuing a manufacturing warrant in opposition to her. The court docket had issued the warrants after taking cognisance of a cost sheet in opposition to the BRS chief in the case on May 29. The court docket additionally granted bail to three co-accused individuals — Prince, Damodar and Arvind Singh. The three accused had been cost sheeted with out being arrested throughout investigation by the ED.

“As per the investigation so far, the total proceeds of crime identified is Rs 1,100 crore, out of which PoC of Rs 292.8 crore is being dealt with in this Prosecution Complaint. Through activities of the accused persons i.E. Kavitha, Champreet Singh, Prince Kumar, Damodar Sharma and Arvind Singh, huge proceeds of crime have been generated,” the cost sheet alleged.

The cost sheet claimed that Kavitha was concerned in PoC (cash generated and laundered in crime) of Rs 292.8 crore, out of which kickbacks of Rs 100 crore got to AAP leaders.

“Kavitha conspired with the members of the South Group and the AAP leaders through accused Vijay Nair (who was acting on behalf of the top leaders of the AAP) to pay kickbacks to the tune of Rs 100 crore and receive undue benefits,” the paperwork claimed.

Kavitha, by paying kickback to the federal government functionaries via their intermediary, has participated in the technology of PoC of Rs 100 crore, the cost sheet claimed, including that she then participated in the switch of this PoC to the federal government functionaries.

The ED additional claimed that Kavitha, by the use of conspiracy and formation of IndoSpirits, an organization accused in the case, has participated in the technology, acquisition and use of the PoC of Rs 192.8 crore, which was derived on account of the conspiracy of kickbacks and cost of kickbacks. By exhibiting IndoSpirits as a real enterprise entity and buying the PoC of Rs 192.8 crore, she is concerned in projecting this PoC as real revenue from a reliable enterprise, the ED alleged.

“By way of participating in the conspiracy of formation of IndoSpirits to recoup advance bribes of Rs 100 crore paid, Kavitha is knowingly involved in the generation and transfer of PoC of Rs 100 crore and the generation, acquisition, and possession of PoC Rs 192.8 crore in the guise of profits generated by IndoSpirits during November 2021 to August 2022,” the ED alleged.

Kavitha additionally acquired the PoC of Rs 5.5 crore from IndoSpirits in the title of her affiliate and co-accused in the case, Abhishek Boinpally, the federal company stated. The report additional accused Kavitha of destroying the digital proof to conceal her position and involvement in the case.

“Kavitha has deleted evidence and contents of her mobile phone. She presented nine phones for examination, which were formatted and had no data. She was evasive and couldn’t give any explanation for those formatted phones,” the ED alleged. It additional alleged that Kavitha was additionally concerned in acts of influencing the witnesses.

The 46-year-old BRS chief is in judicial custody in the 2 circumstances lodged by the ED and the CBI in the alleged rip-off. The “scam” pertains to alleged corruption and cash laundering in the formulation and implementation of the Delhi authorities’s excise coverage for 2021-22 which was later scrapped. The ED arrested Kavitha from her Banjara Hills residence in Hyderabad on March 15. The CBI arrested her from Tihar jail.


Nilesh Desai
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