Dileep's WhatsApp message to DGP can not be considered as a complaint

The court also adjourned the case to Friday.

Kochi: Police sources indicated on Saturday that the information conveyed by actor Dileep to DGP Loknath Behera through WhatsApp can not be considered as a complaint.

After actor Dileep took the police to task for claiming that he delayed filing a complaint against actress attack prime accused Pulsar Suni, who allegedly tried to blackmail him, Kerala police chief Loknath Behera has come out defending the cops.

The actor’s counsel also pointed out that the production and post-production work of four Malayalam films were interrupted due to his arrest, creating a financial crisis of Rs 50 crore in the Malayalam film industry.

It may be recalled that in his bail plea, Dileep said that he had informed DGP Loknath Behera about the threatening phone call made by Suni to Dileep from jail. I can not say openly who is more correct?

Following the attack on the actress in her moving vehicle on February 17, the entire Malayalam film fraternity gathered to express the solidarity with the survivor at Durbar Hall in Kochi.

Dileep was arrested on July 10, following hours of questioning.

The claims were part of the most recent unsuccessful bail application the Malayalam superstar moved in court. Suni might have been around there in the hotel. The actor also said in the petition that he had fully cooperated with the investigators. But Dileep reiterated that Suni was a total stranger to him.