He was called in to seek some clarifications on a medical certificate that he had produced before.

Dileep called for questioning at Aluva Police Club grilled for two hours
news Crime Thursday, November 16, 2017 - 07:29

Kerala Actor Dileep, currently out on bail in the actor kidnap case, was called in for further questioning by the police probe team on Wednesday.

He was later let off after more than two hours of questioning at the Aluva Police club. According to the police sources, the actor who secured bail last month after spending 85 days in jail, was called in to seek some clarifications on a medical certificate that he had produced before.

Dileep was arrested on July 10 after the police probe team found clinching evidence to link him to the conspiracy part of the kidnap case.

The abduction of the popular actor took place in February when she was on her way from Thrissur to Kochi.

She was taken around in her vehicle forcibly and allegedly molested for about two hours before being dumped near an actor-director's home.

The key accused -- Pulsar Suni and his accomplices involved in the actual abduction -- were arrested a week later.

Incidentally, early this month, Dileep in a 12-page letter to the State Home Secretary sought a CBI probe into the entire case and contended that he has been framed.

Dileep had claimed in the letter that he has been trapped in the case by police officers and that he is innocent. He had reportedly named ADGP Sandhya, DGP Loknath Behera and Ernakulam Rural SP George as the officers who wilfully implicated him.

According to Dileep, he had informed the DGP that he was being blackmailed and threatened by Pulsar Suni, the main accused in the case. Dileep has alleged that despite him informing the police top brass that he was being blackmailed, it was not taken into account at all.

Dileep had also asked the state to remove SP George, Crime Branch SP Sudarshan and DYSP Sojan Varghese from the investigation team.

Declaring that he had no trust in the Kerala police and its investigation, Dileep had reportedly asked the state to order a CBI probe into the case. 

(With IANS inputs)

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