20-Sep-2017
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Dileep to move High Court again on Wednesday with bail-plea

KOCHI Sept 11: Reports say that Dileep, who is now in remand in connection with the abduction and attack of the actress in Kochi, might submit a bail-plea again in high court on Wednesday.
 
This is the third time the actor will be applying for a bail. The HC had rejected his bail-plea the last two times. Nevertheless, the prosecution will strongly argue against his bail-plea. It's been two months since he got arrested.
 
Dileep would point out in court that the investigation is in its last leg and hence there is no need for him to continue in remand.
 
He will also mention the incident of the Angamaly magistrate court giving him permission to go for the death anniversary functions of his father, and how he adhered to the conditions on which he was allowed to go.
 
But the prosecution would strongly argue against Dileep's bail-plea, saying that the investigating team is getting ready to submit the charge sheet and hence granting a bail to the actor at this moment will not be desirable.
 
The prosecution will also point out how many people from the film fraternity came as a pack to visit him at the jail. Also, the favourable statements made by K B Ganesh Kumar MLA would be a strong defence for the prosecution.
 
Investigating officer, Perumbavoor CI Baiju Paulose has already informed the Angamaly magistrate court that the statements made by Ganesh Kumar was well planned and was to help the accused in the case. The prosecution will also inform the HC about this.
 
The prosecution will try to argue that all this is to sabotage the investigation by influencing the witnesses.
It is imperative to question Nadirsha.
 
Meanwhile, the police have informed the HC that it is imperative to question actor-director Nadirsha, after Nadirsha moved an anticipatory bail-plea at the HC.
 
They said that it is crucial to Nadirsha for the progress of the investigation, and that they will decide whether to arrest him or not only after recording his statement.