Actor Bala intervened to settle complaint against Monson, reveals audio clip

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Kochi: Monson Mavunkal, accused in Rs 10 cr cheating case, has links with actor Bala, who is well known in Malayalam and Tamil films. An audio clip revealed that the actor intervened to withdraw a case against Monson Mavunkal.

The leaked phone conversation between Bala and Monson’s former driver Ajith revealed the former asked the latter to withdraw his complaint against Monson. After the audio clip surfaced, Bala gave an explanation on his alleged links with Monson.

Talking to Mathrubhumi News, Bala informed that Monson was his neighbour in Kochi and they were good friends.

“I made friends with Monson impressed by his charity works. When I met him, I didn’t think he will turn out to be a fraud. I will not support him. If he had received money, he is bound to return it. Apart from me, many people, including Mohanlal and former DGP, visited Monson’s house,” said Bala.

He added that he contacted Ajith over the complaint against Monson four months back.

Monson had filed a complaint against Ajith. Following this, Ajith who knows all secrets of Monson, filed a complaint with the police. Ajith stated that he filed a complaint against Monson for allegedly defaming him.

During the conversation with Bala, Ajith told him that Monson booked him in fake cases instead of rewarding him for his job. He also declined Bala’s request to withdraw the case.

“Ajith phoned me after Monson terminated him. He complained that he didn’t receive his salary. I asked him to compromise with Monson. I didn’t do anything else in the case. I don’t know anything about Monson other than what the media reported. If he is a culprit, he deserves punishment," added Bala.

Bala and Monson are close friends. The actor had posted an interview with Monson on his YouTube channel. Monson was also one of the invitees to Bala’s wedding.

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