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Chandrashekhar claims Pandora’s Box of Corruption will be opened with the arrest of Kavitha

New Delhi, March 19 (IANS) Alleged conman Sukesh Chandrashekhar, currently held in Mandoli jail, has issued a three-page statement predicting the exposure of a Pandora box of corruption following the arrest of BRS leader K. Kavitha by the Enforcement Directorate in connection with an alleged Delhi liquor policy scam case.

Chandrashekhar, in his statement, directly addressed Kavitha, warning her of the consequences of her arrest and the potential unveiling of corrupt practices involving her and her associates, including Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal. He claimed that the truth is finally prevailing and that the era of fake accusations and political coverups is coming to an end.

Accused in a Rs 200 crore extortion case, Chandrashekhar alleged that Kavitha and her political party have amassed and hidden thousands of crores in foreign accounts in countries like Singapore, Hong Kong, and Germany. He advised Kavitha against trying to protect the alleged mastermind, Kejriwal, as the law is now stronger than ever and will reveal the truth.

In a thinly veiled reference to an impending arrest of Arvind Kejriwal in the alleged liquor policy scam, Chandrashekhar concluded his statement by indicating that the end of Kejriwal’s reign of lies and deceit is near. He welcomed Kavitha and Kejriwal to what he called as the “greatest Tihar club”, hinting at their potential incarceration.

Chandrashekhar’s bold statement signifies a significant twist in the ongoing investigations into the Delhi liquor policy scam, raising questions about the involvement of high-profile politicians in corrupt activities. The Enforcement Directorate’s actions have sparked speculation about a potential crackdown on corruption at the highest levels of power in the capital city.

IANS

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