Posters Come Up with PM Modi As Ravana in Hyderabad As ED Questions BRS MLC K Kavitha


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HYDERABAD — While the Bharat Rashtra Samiti (BRS) MLC K Kavitha is being questioned by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) team over alleged role in money laundering in Delhi liquor scam, BRS has put up posters across Hyderabad with one of them depicting Prime Minister Narendra Modi as the ten-headed Ravana from Hindu mythology.

Posters displaying the Prime Minister as ‘Ravana’ sprang up across a couple of locations in Hyderabad, according to reports. The posters also described PM Modi as the destroyer of democracy & ‘grandfather of hypocrisy’.

The posters also take stinging jibe at several government agencies like CBI, ED, NIA & others as separate heads of ‘Ravana’.

Along with this, posters mocking the BJP for its ‘raid’ detergent also were put up reportedly by the BRS members in the city.

The ‘raid’ detergent posters show those leaders who switched over to the BJP after investigative agencies closed in on them. The posters show that several leaders crumbled under pressure from probe agencies and made a switch to ruling party but K Kavitha remains ‘unfazed & unshaken’ by the govt-operated agencies.

Meanwhile, the BRS MLC & Telangana Chief Minister’s daughter, facing probe for alleged role in Delhi liquor scam, was being grilled by the ED sleuths in capital on Saturday.

According to sources, Kavitha was made to sit face-to-face with Hyderabad-based businessman Arun Ramchandra Pillai, recently held in connection with the liquor policy case.

The MLC termed the summons as “tactics of intimidation” by the Centre against the Telangana chief minister K Chandrasekhar Rao and the BRS, adding that the party will continue to fight and expose the Centre’s failures and will raise its voice for a brighter and better future for India.

“I would also like the ruling party at the Centre to know that these tactics of intimidation against the fight and voice of our leader, CM KCR, and against the entire BRS party will not deter us. Under the leadership of KCR Garu, we will continue to fight to expose your failures and raise voice for a brighter and better future for India,” Kavitha said in a tweet.

Kavitha, who is a member of the Telangana Legislative Council, was questioned by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) in the same case in December last year.

The excise policy was passed in Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal-led Delhi Cabinet in the middle of the deadly Delta Covid-19 pandemic in 2021.

The Delhi government’s version is that the policy was formulated to ensure the generation of optimum revenue, eradicate the sale of spurious liquor or non-duty paid liquor in Delhi, besides improving user experience.

The CBI had filed a case against alleged corruption in the 2021-22 excise policy. The excise policy was subsequently withdrawn by the AAP government.


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