New Delhi: K Kavitha, BRS leader and daughter of Telangana CM K Chandrasekhar Rao, deposed before the Enforcement Directorate (ED) here in Delhi on Saturday. Coinciding with her interrogation by ED, some interesting posters appeared in different parts of Hyderabad.
These posters seemed to be publicizing fictitious ‘Raid Detergent’. They featured politicians from different states, who joined the BJP after facing investigations by central agencies in different cases. On the other side of these posters, K Kavitha’s picture was there with the catchline ‘True Colors Never Fade’.
The posters with ‘#Bye Bye Modi’ tagline show the effect of ‘Raid detergent’ on politicians who joined the BJP as well as on Kavitha. According to the posters, the ‘Raid detergent’ changes colours of the BJP leaders from white to saffron, while the colour of Kavitha’s clothes remains unaffected.
Kavitha was summoned by ED for questioning in connection to a money laundering case related to the Delhi liquor scam.
BRS supporters gathered outside the residence of Telangana CM and party chief K Chandrashekar Rao to demonstrate a show of strength.