Swapna Suresh challenges KT Jaleel, says will publicise her statement against him

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Kochi: Swapna Suresh has come out strongly against MLA KT Jaleel days after the latter filed a conspiracy case against her. Challenging Jaleel, Swapna declared that she will publicise all the matters on Jaleel in her statement which she recorded under section 164 CrPc before the court. Swapna was addressing the media along with her lawyer here on Sunday.

“I have been named in a conspiracy case. But the real conspiracy was done by the people who are raising allegations against me. Who conspired to send Shaj Kiran as a representative of CM for negotiation talks with me?. I didn’t plot anything over it. I have informed all matters related to KT Jaleel before the court. After filing a case against me, they hatched a conspiracy in the presence of Shaj Kiran,” alleged Swapna Suresh.

“I will publicly disclose KT Jaleel’s criminal activities which I mentioned in my statement before the court. His every crime will be revealed. They took action against me and send a person for negotiation. Let’s see how many cases will they charge against me,” she added.

Meanwhile, Swapna refused to take police security and asked the government to immediately recall the police personnel deployed at her residence and office. She added that she has appointed two guards for the security of her family.

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