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12 August 2017, 08:31 | Ross Houston
Dileep's bail plea to be heard on August 18 by the HC
The Kerala High Court has deferred the verdict on actor Dileep's bail plea to August 18. 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.
Both the versions of Dileep and police are true.
Behra confirmed that Dileep had given a complaint regarding the letter sent by "Pulsar" Suni, the first accused in the case of abduction bid and molestation of an actress.
The actor's counsel also pointed out that the production and post-production work of four Malayalam films were interrupted due to his arrest, creating a financial crisis of Rs 50 crore in the Malayalam film industry.
Dileep had mentioned in his bail plea that he had informed DGP about the letter written by Pulsar Suni from jail, via phone and Whatsapp. I can not say openly who is more correct?
The main argument raised by police against Dileep was that he filed a blackmail complaint only 20 days after the telephone conversation with Suni. "The police did only that", Behera said, adding that he did not want to elaborate. Dileep was arrested on July 10.
The actor had moved the Kerala HC for bail again Thursday. But Dileep reiterated that Suni was a total stranger to him. During the star night rehearsal, Dileep had stayed in Hotel Abad Plaza in Kochi. They also equally influenced media persons, police and political leaders.
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