AMMA to treat POCSO case against Sreejith Ravi with gravity, may take strict action against him

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Kochi: Association of Malayalam Movie Artists (AMMA) has decided to treat the POCSO case against Sreejith Ravi with seriousness. It is learned that actor Mohanlal, president of AMMA, has called for an investigation at the organisational level. Thrissur West Police arrested Sreejith Ravi for exhibiting nudity before two minor girls. Palakkad police had booked him over a similar case in 2017. Therefore, it is hinted that strict action will be taken against him.

The family of the children who accused actor Sreejith Ravi of indecent behaviour informed that the accused had flashed the minor girls three days ago and that they lodged the complaint when he repeated the offence the next day also.

The accused had flashed himself at the minor girls from his car when they were passing near SN park in Thrissur. Though the girls briefed this to their parents, they could not identify Sreejith initially. However, they told police that the accused looked familiar to them and informed them that he had arrived at the park in a black car.

The police extended the investigation by tracing the car and arrested Sreejith Ravi on the grounds of Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act. The girls later identified him. The police informed that the accused has confessed to the offence.

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