K Kavitha, daughter of Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao and Telangana legislative council member, has claimed her name does not figure in the FIR (initial facts report) of the Delhi Excise Plan case.
“I have study the report and located that my name was not stated any place in it,” she reported.
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The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) experienced served a discover less than Segment 160 of CrPC (Legal Treatment Code) on Kavitha past week in connection with the case and sought time on December 6 to meet at her residence, either in Hyderabad or Delhi.
Kavitha, who agreed to satisfy the CBI group on December 6 in Hyderabad, on Monday sent a interaction , expressing her inability to meet up with its workforce owing to prior engagements.
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“I can meet up with you any working day from December 11 to 15 in Hyderabad,” she reported.
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Soon after obtaining the notice, Kavitha experienced questioned the CBI to give her a duplicate of the FIR submitted in the case and the grievance produced by the Union Dwelling Section on which it initiated a probe.
The CBI reportedly replied in an email, informing her that the FIR duplicate was available on its web-site.