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Malayalam actress abduction case: Dileep seeks CBI inquiry

Malayalam actress abduction case: Dileep seeks CBI inquiry”

Summary: | Photo Credit: PTIActor Dileep, who has been accused in the Malayalam actor abduction and sexual assault case, has written to the Home Secretary, seeking a CBI inquiry. The actor has asked for handing over the case to CBI or to a different team of investigating officers, as per the reports.

Dileep was arrested on charges of conspiracy in the actress attack case on July 10 and spent 85 days in the Aluva sub-jail, before being granted bail on his fifth attempt earlier this month. The letter reportedly states him saying that he was trapped as part of a conspiracy, and he has asked for an investigation sans the police officers, who are now in charge of the same. Dileep recalled that he had lodged a complaint with the DGP after the key accused in the case Pulsar Suni blackmailed him demanding payment for not giving him away.

The police had claimed that the conspiracy to abduct and assault the actress in a moving vehicle and film the act was hatched by Dileep.

The actress, who has worked in Malayalam, Tamil and Telugu films, was kidnapped and molested in a moving auto while she was on her way from Thrissur to Kochi on the night of February 17 this year.



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