My name doesn’t figure in Delhi excise policy case: Kavitha

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My name doesn’t figure in Delhi excise policy case: Kavitha

K Kavitha, daughter of Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao and Telangana legislative council member, has said her name doesn’t figure in the FIR (first information report) of the Delhi Excise Policy case.

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“I have read the report and found that my name was not mentioned anywhere in it,” she said.

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The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) had served a notice under Section 160 of CrPC (Criminal Procedure Code) on Kavitha last week in connection with the case and sought time on December 6 to meet at her residence, either in Hyderabad or Delhi.

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Kavitha, who agreed to meet the CBI team on December 6 in Hyderabad, on Monday sent a communication , expressing her inability to meet its team owing to prior engagements.

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“I can meet you any day from December 11 to 15 in Hyderabad,” she said.

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After receiving the notice, Kavitha had asked the CBI to give her a copy of the FIR filed in the case and the complaint made by the Union Home Department on which it initiated a probe.

The CBI reportedly replied in an email, informing her that the FIR copy was available on its website.

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