Pulsar Suni, the prime accused in the abduction and alleged sexual assault of a prominent woman actor, seems to be releasing information in dribs and drabs. Much like a serial where the climax gets pushed with each episode, he is also following the same pattern.
"It is idiotic to say that Kavya doesn't know me. She knows me very well," a gleaming Pulsar Suni told reporters on Tuesday.
Pulsar Suni spoke to the media while he was being taken to Kunnamkulam Magistrate Court earlier this morning in another case.
Pulsar Suni was referring to actor Kavya Madhavan, who is also the second wife of actor Dileep- the eleventh accused in the case, charged under several sections including conspiracy and gang rape.
After Dileep's arrest on July 10, Kavya had told the investigating team that she does not know Pulsar Suni and had no knowledge whatsoever about the alleged conspiracy.
However, rubbishing her statements, Pulsar Suni told reporters that Kavya knew him very well. Suni, who is also accused in a number of other cases including theft, however, refused to reveal how he knew Kavya. When asked details of the same, Suni said that he shall not divulge any evidence at this point and dodged further questions.
During the course of the investigation, the alleged involvement of a "Madam" had surfaced. The accused had told police that they had been taking instructions from a "Madam". When the police questioned advocate Pheney Balakrishnan who claimed that two persons had approached him for securing bail for Suni, the lawyer told the police that the two men had referred to one "Madam."
Although Pulsar Suni had earlier told reporters that he would soon divulge more on the identity of this "Madam," the police have so far been unable to find any leads.
When reporters asked him whether Kavya was the "Madam" in question, Suni refused comment. But instead, he said that "Madam" had not much involvement in the case.
"Madam doesn't have much hand in this, she used to give me money," Suni said, before the police ushered him to the court.
Meanwhile, the Angamaly Magistrate Court extended actor Dileep's judicial custody till September 2. After postponing the hearing of his bail application on Friday, the Kerala HC heard it on Tuesday. The hearing will continue on Wednesday, before the court arrives at a decision.