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Sunday, 11 April 2021 3.10 AM IST

Three days before giving secret statement, Meenakshy called Manju Warrier and forced her not to give statement against Dileep

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KOCHI: The state government and the prosecution levelled serious allegation against the trial court in the actress attack case. The government in the affidavit filed in the high court said the trial court failed to register the victim’s statement. The government voiced serious allegation against the trial court for avoiding the statement of Manju Warrier that actor Dileep tried to influence her using their daughter Meenakshy.

Manju Warrier is PW NO -34 (prosecution witness) in actress attack case. Her statement was registered only in February 2020. The statement will be registered secretly in a closed court room. The prosecution asked Manju Warrier several questions at this point. One of the main question was ‘When was the last time you spoke to your daughter’. Her reply was on 24/02/2020, my daughter called me three days before giving the secret statement. She asked me not go give statement against my father, eighth accused in the case. Manju in her statement had clarified that she was obliged to tell the truth in the matter and what she says in the court will be true, she had told her daughter.

The trial court failed to register this main statement. The attacked actress informed the court that Dileep told actress Bhama at Hotel Abad Plaza that he would eliminate her. The government’s affidavit filed in the high court said the court failed to record the allegations and rejected it. The government registered complete disbelief on the trial court.

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