R Sreelekha, Dileep
Kochi: TB Mini, the advocate of the survivor of the actress attack case said that former DGP R Sreelekha IPS has shown allegiance towards Dileep from the beginning. She also said that the officer has disregarded the entire police department with her latest allegations in the case.
“She was a senior police officer at the time and made special arrangements for Dileep when he was in jail. She said that a police officer gave a phone to Pulsar Suni while she was the DGP. If so, that matter must be looked into properly. She has the responsibility to do that. Why did she hide that matter? She says that Pulsar Suni has done such crimes in the past. This will put Dileep in further trouble. She has not talked to the survivor yet. The officer’s interest in the case must be looked into. She has never even once been to the trial court in connection with the case,” TB Mini said.
Sreelekha claimed there is no valid evidence to prove that actor Dileep is guilty in the actress attack case of 2017. She also criticized the investigation officer for lack of solid evidence to prove the charges against the actor and alleged the presence of conspiracy in the case.
Her remark came through a video titled 'Dileep innocent in Assault Case?' she posted on her Youtube Channel. She claimed it was a fellow prisoner of Pulsar Suni, the prime accused in the case, who wrote the letter from the prison.
She alleged a serious conspiracy behind Pulsar Suni and raised suspicion that Suni and his team belong to a quotation gang. "They used to embezzle money from people in the past by threatening them. The letter alleged to have been sent by Pulsar Suni from prison but came out only after a charge sheet was filed in the case," she added.
"Pulsar Suni has a past of misbehaving toward so many actresses. He was in custody for almost two weeks. While in police custody, he didn't reveal that Dileep had given him a quotation to attack the actress. Why did the police fail to get this information from him during that time?" she asked.
The allegations by the former DGP have brought further pressure on the probe team, which was looking to wrap up the case within the time provided by the court.