Police to file affidavit against Dileep

Geronimo Vena
Agosto 12, 2017

Kochi: Police sources indicated on Saturday that the information conveyed by actor Dileep to DGP Loknath Behera through WhatsApp can not be considered as a complaint.

The Kerala High Court has adjourned actor Dileep's bail plea to Friday, August 18th. However, the police said that the information conveyed through WhatsApp can not be considered as a complaint and that this fact will be summited as an affidavit in the court.

Actor Dileep had filed a complaint mentioning the threat of Pulsar Suni, the main accused in the actress' attack case, said DGP Lokanath Behera. If the cops were to receive any complaint from a person who is a suspect, they need to investigate more. However, police said the actor complained after 20 days of the incident.

Following the attack on the actress in her moving vehicle on February 17, the entire Malayalam film fraternity gathered to express the solidarity with the survivor at Durbar Hall in Kochi. Dileep was arrested on July 10. He was twice denied bail by a lower court and Kerala High Court as the courts expressed concerns that the accused may indulge in tampering of evidence or try to influence witnesses. During the star night rehearsal, Dileep had stayed in Hotel Abad Plaza in Kochi.

The actor also said in his plea that his arrest mere months before his daughter turned 18, which pointed to some foul play in the entire process.

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