Kochi: The Ankamali Magistrate Court will hear the bail plea filed by Malayalam film actress Kavya Madhavan, wife of actor Dileep, on September 18. The court will reportedly take up her petition for hearing on Monday. Opposing Dileep's bail-plea, the prosecution said that Dileep had given clear instructions as to how the actress has to be attacked. Searches have also been conducted at her store.
Dileep is now in judicial custody after his bail plea was rejected by the court thrice. The prosecution also handed over the case diary to the court in a sealed cover.
The investigators are said to have found clues to an acquaintance between Kavya Madhavan and Pulsar Suni aka Sunil Kumar, the prime accused in the case.
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But on the fabricated false allegation that Dileep committed criminal conspiracy with Suni, he was "arrayed" as an accused in the crime, she alleged.
Following his arrest, Dileep has been lodged in the Aluva sub-jail.
Earlier, the Kerala High Court had twice rejected Dileep's bail plea and the Angamaly First Class Judicial Magistrate, once. The court has deferred the pronouncement of verdict for Monday.
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Meanwhile, Dileep's lawyer told the court that he is entitled to bail by default.
In August, Suni revealed that the "Madam" he'd been talking about was Kavya Madhavan.
The actress, who has worked in Tamil and Telugu films, was abducted and allegedly molested inside her auto for two hours by the accused, who had forced their way into the vehicle on February 17 night and later escaped in a busy area in Kochi.
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