In the infamous Malayalam actress assault case, accused actor Dileep is trying to delay the trial proceedings of the case, according to Kerala State Government. On Monday, Kerala government informed the high court that how actor Dileep is trying to delay the trial proceedings.
According to media reports, the affidavit filed by the state government states that a special court will be set up to conduct the trial and has also backed victim’s demand of bringing the female judge in the case.
On the other hand, Dileep seeks a CBI probe in the case and has moved a petition in the Kerala High Court over the same. The state government will look into this in a state and the decision is expected to be very crucial.
Dileep was arrested after two rounds of questioning on July 10, 2017, for his alleged role in the conspiracy hatched for the abduction of a Malayalam actress. Dileep’s former wife Manju Warrier is one of the witnesses in the case. After being in jail for 85 days, Dileep secured bail on October 3, 2017.
The actress was allegedly abducted on February 17 last year while she was on her way to Kochi from Thrissur. Pulsar Suni, the prime accused, drove her around for two hours before she was dropped near the home of director-actor Lal, who later called the police.
Dileep was arrested on July 10th, 2017 after the investigating officials of the Malayalam actress assault case found irrefutable case against the actor. The police officials questioned Dileep for more than 10 hours of July 8th, 2017 and proceeded with the arrest after finding evidence. Dileep was granted bail by the Kerala High Court after being denied for four times.
Association of Malayalam Movie Artists (AMMA) had expelled Dileep last year. Association of Malayalam Movie Artists (AMMA) had expelled Dileep last year and the association decided to get back the actor on board, which hit the controversy recently.