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Senior Congress legislator P.T. Thomas criticised AMMA President Innocent, Kollam legislator Mukesh and Left ally legislator K.B. Ganesh Kumar for attacking the media for raising pertinent questions.
After a 13-hour long interrogation of Malayalam actor Dileep in connection with the abduction and assault of an actress, the police said is likely to be summoned for further questioning.
Dileep who was claim to be allegedly blackmailed by the accused in the actress molestation case, said that he was ready to undergo a lie detection test to prove his innocence.
A letter purportedly sent by the prime accused in the case, Pulsar Suni, to actor Dileep surfaced on Saturday, following which the actor told the media that he was being blackmailed by Suni’s aide.
Police took Pulsar Suni to the place, but later took him to Alappuzha for evidence collection.
The chief minister's clarification is a response to the criticism from various quarters, including the state’s opposition, for giving statements that might impact the probe.
Malayalam actor Prithviraj lauds sexual assault survivor's return to film sets, says will eschew misogyny in his films
The actor also apologised for playing misogynistic roles in his past films.
Pinarayi Vijayan said police had nabbed the criminals who had assaulted the actress and the probe would now proceed.
Officers with the special investigation team said Suni claimed he had abandoned the mobile phone somewhere in Kochi.
Pulsar Suni, the prime accused in the February 17 incident, and his accomplice V P Vijeesh would be produced before the magistrate court in Aluva today.
His statement comes against the backdrop of reports that the attack on the actress could be because of professional rivalry.
Pulsar Suni and six others allegedly abducted the actress and subjected her to a brutal assault late Friday evening.
A registry of sex offenders would enable employers in profiling their prospective employees and law enforcement agencies to keep an eye on offenders’ activities.
Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan said police were taking all measures to arrest the two accused.