The Central Bureau of Investigation announced the arrest of Hyderabad-based chartered accountant Gorantla Butchibabu on wednesday for his alleged involvement in the creation and implementation of the delhi Excise Policy, which puts the leaders of the ruling Bharat Rashtra Samithi in a precarious position. Kalvakuntla Kavitha, a BRS lawmaker and the daughter of telangana chief minister K chandrasekhar Rao, had Butchibabu as her certified accountant.

Boinapalli abhishek and Ramachandra Pillai, the directors of Robin Distilleries who had previously been detained in connection with the delhi liquor scam, also used him as their chartered accountant. The Enforcement Directorate launched raids on Butchibabu, Boinapalli, and Pillai's homes and workplaces in hyderabad a few months ago, seizing various crucial papers. Now, the cbi has detained Butchibabu on the grounds that he violated the delhi Excise Policy by causing unfair gain to wholesale and retail licensees and their beneficial owners situated in Hyderabad. The cbi announced in a statement that "he will be brought in court today."

P Sarath Chandra Reddy, a Hyderabad-based businessman and the director of Aurobindo Pharma who launched companies like Sri Avanathika, Trident, and Organomix Eco-Systems Private Limited, was implicated in the scam, according to the ED, which had earlier questioned the witnesses.

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