Kerala High Court Rejected Pleas Filed By The Actress Who Was Allegedly Sexually Assaulted In 2017 – Sexual Abuse Case From Actress: High Court rejects plea, request for change of court


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The Kerala High Court on Friday dismissed a petition filed by the state government and the actress, who was allegedly sexually assaulted in 2017. In these petitions, the suit was requested to be transferred from the existing court.

The accused in the case include popular Malayalam actor Dileep. Dismissing the petitions, the court said that if the court and prosecutor do not work in coordination, the resulting guilty will escape the clutches of the law and the innocent will be punished.

Justice VG Arun said that he was confident that special prosecutors and defense lawyers would work together as part of efforts to seek the truth and provide justice. Earlier this month, the High Court deferred hearing of the case. The High Court directed the lower court (special court of CBI) to resume the closed-door hearing on Monday.

The Supreme Court has directed the lower court to settle the case on or before 4 February 2021. The actress, in her plea, alleged that she was saddened by the lower court’s attitude and the court was sitting like a silent spectator at a time when she was being harassed by Dileep’s lawyer.

Supporting the allegations leveled by the actress, the state government also requested to transfer the case to another court.

The Kerala High Court on Friday dismissed a petition filed by the state government and the actress, who was allegedly sexually assaulted in 2017. In these petitions, the suit was requested to be transferred from the existing court.

The accused in the case include popular Malayalam actor Dileep. Dismissing the petitions, the court said that if the court and prosecutor do not work in coordination, the resulting guilty will escape the clutches of the law and the innocent will be punished.

Justice VG Arun said that he was confident that special prosecutors and defense lawyers would work together as part of efforts to seek the truth and provide justice. Earlier this month, the High Court deferred hearing of the case. The High Court directed the lower court (special court of CBI) to resume the closed-door hearing on Monday.

The Supreme Court has directed the lower court to settle the case on or before 4 February 2021. The actress, in her plea, alleged that she was saddened by the lower court’s attitude and the court was sitting like a silent spectator at a time when she was being harassed by Dileep’s lawyer.

Supporting the allegations leveled by the actress, the state government also requested to transfer the case to another court.


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