Saturday, 23 September, 2017

Actress assault case: Dileep makes the policemen laugh in jail

No bail for Dileep; actor sent back to Aluva sub-jail Malyalam actor Dileep denied bail in actress' abduction, assault case
Elaine Woods | 16 July, 2017, 01:06

The court has denied Dileep bail because it was convinced that releasing him from police custody might lead to witnesses and even the victim getting influenced.

Dileep's counsel surrendered two phones, which he had been using, to the court, saying they feared that the police would tamper with the gadgets. The bail plea moved by the actor will be considered by the court on Saturday afternoon. Though Dileep was taken to Aluva sub jail, he was brought back to the court for some time.

Police added that they were planning to question many important personalities who were Dileep's close aides and friends. According to police, there are 19 strong evidences against Dileep.

Kochi: Kerala Police will be investigating the source of the money that was transacted to Pulsar Suni's bank account in the actress abduction case. Dileep was arrested on Monday night, and on Tuesday he was remanded to 14 days judicial custody.

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The special prosecutor contended that Dileep should not be granted bail and if he is, there are chances that he would try to destroy the evidence. Meanwhile, the police carried out searches at Dileep's residence. It is said that the raid was as part of a bid to retrieve the cellphone of the accused, which allegedly contains the visuals of sexual abuse of the actress.

Police have claimed that the conspiracy to abduct and assault the actress and film the dastardly act was hatched by Dileep and "Pulsar" Suni, the prime accused in the case.

Breaking her silence on July 13, the actress had expressed the hope that truth would come out in the case.

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