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       Dileep’s attempt is to delay the case: Prosecution
         Posted on :14:54:10 Jun 14, 2018
       Last edited on:00:18:09 Jun 15, 2018
         Tags: Dileep’s attempt, delay the case, Prosecuti

KOCHI: Kerala High Court has sought the stand of the government on the petition submitted by actor Dileep, demanding a CBI inquiry into the actress abduction case.

Dileep’s petition will be considered on July 4; the court has also sent a notice to the CBI, asking it to clarify its stand on that day.

Meanwhile, the Prosecution argued that demand for CBI inquiry was a tactic of Dileep to delay the case. It also added that there is no need for a CBI inquiry into the case.

In the petition, Dileep had stated that top police officers including the DGP probed the case based on the cooked up story presented by those arrested initially in the case. It was done with a bad intention.

“As I had no knowledge about the incident or as I didn’t have any role in in it, making me accused was a strange thing. So in order to bring out the truth, a non-State agency not under the control of Kerala police should be entrusted with the case. Or else the truth will be buried for ever. A fair probe and trial is something guaranteed by the Indian Constitution; the Supreme Court had clarified this,” he had said in his petition.

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