Kerala starlet case: Big sharks are included. And they are out there states Pulsar Suni
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By Express News Service Desk|Updated: 04th July 2017
KOCHI: Stoking popular speculation that bigwigs from the Malayalam movie market are in on the conspiracy behind the kidnapping and sexual attack of a leading woman back in February, the crucial implicated in the event, Sunilkumar aka Pulsar Suni, tossed some option bits at press reporters as he was given court here on Tuesday.
” Big sharks are associated with the criminal activity, and they are yet to be captured.”
Pulsar Suni, who was the starlet’ previous motorist and is implicated of molesting the starlet for hours in a moving vehicle on the night of February 17, was produced prior to the Angamaly judicial very first class magistrate’s court for an extension of remand, which was appropriately given till July 18.
Pulsar Suni did stagnate for bail.
There were remarkable scenes in the court hall. After the particular counsels provided their arguments to the magistrate. supporters B A Aloor and Tenny took part in a rather irritated spoken battle.
Aloor, who has a credibility of getting mind-blowing briefs such as the Jisha murder, wished to use up Pulsar Suni’s defence. Teny, who has actually been representing the implicated considering that the case made the headings, withstood this quote.
The court intervened in this sideshow and directed Pulsar Suni to submit an application for providing the vakalat to Aloor. And the primary implicated did so.
Having actually won his quote, Aloor informed mediapersons outside the court that Pulsar Suni fears for his life and for that reason chose not to demand bail. “As there are a couple of prominent individuals behind the conspiracy, he is more secure in prison,” Aloor stated.
The court did grant bail to another implicated in the event, Charlie, who supplied shelter to Pulsar Suni in Coimbatore when the latter was on the run.
In other procedures today, a group led by the Kalamassery circle inspector Jayakrishnan performed an assessment of CCTV video of the Kakkanad district prison in a case connecting to declared smart phone use by Pulsar Suni.