Malayalam actress abduction: Kerala High Court to resume hearing today
Kochi: The Kerala High Court adjourned Dileep’s bail application to Wednesday for further hearing. Dileep reiterated that he was framed in the case. Dileep contended that he suspected the role of theater owner Liberty Basheer and ad-filmmaker Sreekumar Menon. Dileep, who was arrested on July 10, contended that he still had no idea why he was arrested in the case. The investigation is based only on the depositions of Sunil Kumar aka Pulsar Suni. Police tried to malign him by painting him as a land grabber and a liar, Dileep contended.
In his bail application, Dileep severely criticised the cops and even alleged that the entire case was cooked up by them. Dileep argued that he was not the kingpin of any criminal conspiracy or even a participant. He was not the perpetrator of any criminal offence but only the unfortunate victim of an orchestrated media campaign and proceedings of a group of police officers acting on the preconceived notion that he was guilty and wanting to implicate him as an accused.