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Malayalam actress abduction: Pulsar Suni testifies on Nadirshah

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Published Sep 13, 2017, 1:18 am IST
Updated Sep 13, 2017, 1:18 am IST
Suni reportedly told police that he met Nadirshah's manager at the location of a film shoot at Thodupuzha and collected Rs 25,000.
Pulsar Suni
 Pulsar Suni

Kochi: Even as film director Nadirshah continues to dodge interrogation, the Special Investigation Team probing the actress assault case has been collecting vital evidence against him,  including whether main accused Pulsar Suni received money from the filmmaker. Suni reportedly told police during interrogation that he had met Nadirshah’s manager at the location of the film Kattappanayile Hrithik Roshan at  Thodupuzha and collected Rs 25,000 months before the attack on the actress on February 17. “He (Suni) claims he visited the location on the direction of actor Dileep to collect the token amount. We’ve traced the tower location of his mobile phone to Thodupuzha on the said date,” sources said.

However, the investigation team is yet to confirm whether Nadirshah had information on Suni’s visit to the shooting location and whether the manager had handed over the money. “We’re questioning a few more persons related to the film on all aspects,” they said. Last week, the cops had issued a notice asking Nadirshah to appear at the Aluva police club for questioning after the investigation found several of his statements given earlier were “false and contradictory.”  However, the close aide of actor Dileep got himself admitted to a private hospital here complaining of chest pain and finally got discharged on Sunday night.

 

The filmmaker has already approached the High Court seeking an anticipatory bail and the court is slated to consider the petition on Wednesday. Meanwhile, the probe team is also verifying Suni’s claims of visiting the flat of actor Kavya Madhavan on several occasions. The sleuths, however, failed to get any crucial evidence with the security personnel informing them that the log book was destroyed in water-logging due to heavy rain. However, the cops hinted they are not buying the argument and that further probe is on. Suni had told police that he used to record his name and phone number in the register every time he went there.

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