High court examines phones submitted by Dileep


The prosecution had claimed that Dileep had not handed over three of the phones requested by the prosecution.

Dileep | Photo: Mathrubhumi

Kochi: In the murder conspiracy case, the prosecution has handed over the details of one of the mobile phones owned by actor Dileep to the High Court here on Tuesday. Dileep had claimed that this phone was not with him despite the court asking to produce it.

The prosecution handed over the details of 2,000 calls that were made from this phone. The court also examined all the phones submitted by Dileep to the Registrar General.

The prosecution had claimed that Dileep had not handed over three of the phones requested by the prosecution. Also, the prosecution told the court that custody of the accused was required. The court then directed Dileep to produce the phones to the Registrar General in a sealed cover.

Meanwhile, the trial court denied the prosecution's request to grant six months to complete the reinvestigation into the actress attack case and ordered to complete the probe within a month. The prosecution may file an appeal against the trial court's decision.

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