If the channel discussions in the case of the attack on the actress go like this, the panelists will have to give the news that he died in the burning: Adv. Lalkumar
Kozhikode: Left co-passenger Adv. N. Lalkumar. He also blamed the media for the court ruling against the actress in the case. Lal Kumar’s criticism came through a Facebook post.
‘If there is a court verdict against the actress in the case of attacking the actress, half of it will be the responsibility of the media in Kerala.
If the discussion goes on like this, the panelists who discussed the case of the attack on the actress will have to give another news that she died in a stabbing, for sure, ‘Lal Kumar wrote in a Facebook post.
The video of the dispute between Rahul Eshwar and director Baiju Kottarakkara, who came in favor of Dileep during a discussion on the Reporter channel, was discussed on social media. Lalkumar’s response is also in this context.
Meanwhile, consideration of the petition seeking cancellation of Dileep’s bail in the case of assault on the actress has been postponed. The special court in Kochi made this clear. The petition will be reconsidered on the 26th of this month.
The court said this in a petition filed by the crime branch alleging that Dileep had violated bail conditions.
The probe team had said in the petition that there was evidence that Dileep had tried to influence witnesses and destroy evidence. Earlier, the probe team had approached the court seeking cancellation of Dileep’s bail citing cases registered by the Peachy police and Bekal police for trying to influence witnesses Jinson and Vipinlal involved in the case. But the court did not allow the bail to be revoked at that time.
During the ensuing investigation, the probe team found further evidence that Dileep had violated bail conditions and informed the court. Dileep’s brother Anoop, who was a prosecution witness, was accompanied by his lawyer B. The probe team submitted the conversation made by Raman Pillai to the high court.