Court proceedings of actor Dileep will now happen via video conference

The court granted permission to an application filed by the police to present Dileep virtually for the hearings going forward to avoid public appearance.

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Police remand report says Dileep bore grudge against the Malayalam actress after she intervened in his ‘affairs’

After the Kerala High Court rejected the bail plea of actor Dileep in the Malayalam actress assault case, new developments have taken place in the last few hours. The Angamaly court has now decided to hold the proceedings of the hearing in Dileep’s case via Skype video conference technology to avoid Dileep from facing the media and other agencies.

According to the court, the police filed for an application for a virtual hearing of the case to avoid any public appearance of Dileep. The police filed for the application after the High Court dismissed the bail application of Dileep, meaning which all the hearings in the case will now be closed doors.

After the district court rejected bail for actor Dileep, the actor’s lawyer filed for a bail in the Kerala High court. The Kerala High Court bench, however, delayed the judgement by few days saying they would need more time to study the case. And today, the High Court bench has now rejected the bail plea of Dileep saying the investigation is at a crucial stage.

And recently, the prime accused, Pulsar Suni, has told media that there is another ‘VIP’ involved in the case who hails from Aluva. Suni was being taken to the jail when few media personnel asked him few questions to which he responded saying ‘You should ask these questions to that VIP from Aluva’. This statement from Pulsar Suni has now led to speculations that there might be more people involved in the assault of the Malayalam actress besides Dileep.

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