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Actress assault case: Survivor says her privacy not safe in this court and will continue fight till she gets justice

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KOCHI: After the memory card related to the actress assault case was illegally accessed in court's possession, the survivor took to social media to address concerns over privacy. The High Court had directed to hand over the copy of the statements, collected by the Ernakulam Principal District Sessions Judge into the probe of misuse of the memory card, to the actress. The social media post of the survivor was after checking the said report.

The survivor called the incidents 'tragically shocking' and said it is sad when such a misfortune comes from the court, which is supposed to strengthen the justice of the victim. The actress added that she has faith in honest judges and will fight till justice is served.


Justice K. Babu directed to hand over the copy of the statements without considering the objection of the lawyer of actor Dileep, who is accused in the case. On May 30, a detailed hearing will be held on the plea that a special police team should be investigated under the supervision of the High Court regarding the illegal use of the memory card.

It has been alleged in the review plea that the investigation as directed by the High Court was not conducted properly and the investigation report is helpful to the defense. Supreme Court lawyer Gaurav Aggarwal, who appeared for the survivor, argued that the review plea was filed as a continuation of the earlier petition seeking investigation. At the same time, Advocate Philip T Varghese, who appeared for Dileep, said that the information in the investigation report of the Sessions Judge has been disseminated through the media and it is making the justice system worse.

According to the investigation report, Magistrate Leena Rasheed of Angamali Court at 11.56 pm on January 1, 2018, Mahesh Mohan, bench clerk of Ernakulam Sessions Court at 10.58 pm on December 13, and Sheristadar Thajuddin of the trial court during the day on July 19, 2021, have examined the footage on the memory card. The report also states that only Thajuddin illegally accessed the memory card.

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