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Malayalam actress abduction case: Dileep's wife Kavya Madhavan questioned by officials

Actor Dileep's wife Kavya Madhavan has been questioned by SIT in connection with the abduction of South Indian actress.

Written by: India TV Entertainment Desk, New Delhi [ Updated: July 26, 2017 10:43 IST ]
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Actress Kavya Madhavan has been questioned by special investigation team (SIT) in connection with abduction and rape of a South Indian actress. The officials have revealed that the interrogation took place at the ancestral house of actor Dileep, who has been arrested in the case. More details about the interrogation are yet to be disclosed. Meanwhile, magistrate court has extended the remand period of the actor till August 8. The court is also considering the bail application by prime conspirator Pulsar Suni and the argument over it will continue.

After Kavya’s interrogation was completed, a meeting was held by the investigators. Dileep became the part of court proceeding via video conference.

After Pulsar Suni’s statement, police raided Kavya’s boutique on July 1. Police suspected that a memory card having the footage of the incident was handed over to someone in the shop. However, nothing was found. Prosecutor has opposed the bail of Suni calling it important for the safety of the actor.

 

Earlier, during the investigation it was revealed that Suni contacted superstar Dileep’s close aide Appunni through different numbers and it added new twist to the case.

The South Indian actress, who has worked in Tamil and Telugu films, was abducted and allegedly molested inside her car for nearly two hours on February 17 night and later escaped in a busy area in Kochi.

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