While the prosecutor stated that Dileep was the main force behind this abduction, the counsel defended the actor stating there was no concrete evidence against the actor.
Chennai: Citing security issues, the Kerala police have informed the Angamaly judicial first class magistrate court that they would not be able to present actor Dileep in court Tuesday. Dileep's manager Appunni is still absconding and the lawyer involved in the case has to be effectively questioned. During last week, the court had postponed the case seeking immediate consideration of the bail plea. So much so that Dhe Puttu, a restaurant owned by Dileep, was vandalised by an angry mob.
At this juncture, fans and supporters of Dileep will find it hard to criticise the police's investigations. The High Court said "engaging criminals to commit sexual abuse to wreak vengeance was unheard of". The police have also not yet recovered the original mobile phone that was used to record the assault on the actress. The counsel submitted that conspiracy can not be established only on the pretext of Dileep meeting accused Pulsar Suni. Dismissing his bail application, Justice Sunil Thomas observed that possibility of the actor influencing or threatening the witnesses can not be ruled out.More news: Kyrie Irving Requests Trade Away From Cavaliers
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Meanwhile, on Monday, July 24, the Kerala High Court denied the bail plea of Dileep as there are chances that he might influence or threaten the witnesses considering the Janapriyanayakan's hold in the industry. The memory card is a potential threat to the victim and there is a possibility of the alleged accused interfering in the probe using the memory card, the judge aid. There is cogent, clinging, direct, indirect, circumstantial, and scientific evidence to establish that Dileep had conspired with Suni.
"The puramboke land encroached on by Dileep should be reclaimed as excess land and utilised for LIFE Mission, the government's housing project for the poor", Shiju said in the petition, The Hindu reports.