Kavya Madhavan, Popular Malayalam movie actor and wife of actor Dileep, questioned by the investigation team in link with the Malayalam actress abduction case. B Sandhya, Additional Director General of Police (ADGP) and head of an investigation panel, interrogated her at Dileep’s ancestral house in Aluva today.
The main accused Pulsar Sunil had told the examination team that subsequent to committing the crime, he had moved toward to Lakshya, an online marketing firm directed by Kavya at Kakkanad in Kochi. On behalf of his statement, the police had conducted a search at Lakshya.
Well-Known Malayalam actor Dileep was detained on 10th July 2017 in link with the abduction and assault case of a South Indian actress. Dileep was arrested based on confirmation police gathered throughout the course of an investigation into the case. The actress, who is very well known in Tamil as well as Telugu movies, was abducted plus allegedly molested in her car for two hours by the accused, who had forced their way into the vehicle on17th February 17 and afterwards escaped in a busy locale in Kochi.
Although the police detained main accused Sunil Kumar aka ‘Pulsar’ Suni, who assaulted the actor in a moving car as she was returning from a shooting location, in six days, the plan angle had avoided by the police till recently. The police twisted their notice to the conspiracy angle beginning with a new statement of the victim recorded by B. Sandhya in June.
Shortly after that, Dileep’s close friend, as well as filmmaker Nadirsha, came on record asserting that he had received a call from an assistant of ‘Pulsar’ Suni demanding payment not to involve Dileep. This was followed by a disclosure by Dileep himself that he had appealed with the police that he was being blackmailed.
Dileep, who visage the charges of the illegal plan in the kidnapping and sexual assault of the actress and also obliteration of proof in the case, begged innocence and supposed he had been falsely blamed in the case. He has been shifted to Aluva Sub jail till 25th July. The police have stated that if Dileep, who is concerned in an offence that “shook the public principles”, were free on bail it would be a bad message to humanity.
It was on 20th July that the Dileep’s bail appeal had come up ahead of the high court following the trial court refused him bail. The court had then kept the judgment subsequent to hearing the bail application as well as the arguments from both sides. On Monday, the court declined the bail. Bail was denied on the basis that the actor could probably pressure the witnesses in the case.