The reporter did not give TV any news that was factually incorrect; Nikesh Kumar says he will approach the high court on the news ban in the case of attacking the actress
Kochi: In response to the High Court order restricting the reporter channel from reporting on the murder case and the attack on the actress, Chief Editor M.V. Nikesh Kumar.
The High Court issued the order banning the news without listening to the part of the reporter TV.
He said the channel would soon approach the high court to quash the verdict.
To date, the reporter has not given any untrue news about the attack on the actress and the attempt to endanger the investigating officers. Nikesh Kumar said he did not know why the news was banned against Suraj, the sixth accused in the murder case.
‘In both the cases, even Suraj did not allege that the reporter had given TV news against the facts. The Reporter channel was the only party to join the High Court, ‘said Nikesh Kumar.
Justice Mohammad Niaz on Tuesday said that there was no news about Suraj in the Dileep first accused murder case and the attack on the actress.
Meanwhile, the High Court has rejected a petition filed by actor Dileep seeking quashing of a case alleging conspiracy to endanger the probe team. The High Court order came after examining the digital evidence submitted by the prosecution against Dileep.
Dileep’s brother interrogates Anoop. The verdict was handed down by Justice Siyad Rahman. The court said the crime branch could proceed with the case investigation.