No Material In Murder Conspiracy FIR To Make Out Offences: Actor Dileep

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Publish Date : 2022-03-29


No Material In Murder Conspiracy FIR To Make Out Offences: Actor Dileep

Kochi: Actor Dileep on Tuesday contended before the Kerala High Court that there was absence of any material in the murder conspiracy FIR to indicate commission of any of the offences attributed to the accused and the entire case was based on something allegedly "wished" by him. He also claimed before the high court that offences in the latest FIR, accusing him and others of conspiring to kill and threaten officials probing the 2017 actress assault case, were non-cognizable and therefore, it could not have been registered without prior permission from a magistrate. The submissions were made before Justice Ziyad Rahman A A by Dileep's lawyers during hearing of his plea to either quash the FIR or transfer the probe to the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI). The actor claimed that there was no human being who has not thought ill of another person, but that cannot be the cause for alarm or a basis for lodging an FIR. He contended that on a plain reading of the FIR, none of the offences mentioned in it are made out against the accused. Moreover, the utterances or threatening remarks attributed to him and the other accused were allegedly made in 2017 and came to the attention of the officials only in December 2021 and that cannot be a cause for alarm, he claimed. He alleged that he was a thorn in some people's side and that is the reason for the latest FIR.

Kochi: Actor Dileep on Tuesday contended before the Kerala High Court that there was absence of any material in the murder conspiracy FIR to indicate commission of any of the offences attributed to the accused and the entire case was based on something allegedly "wished" by him. He also claimed before the high court that offences in the latest FIR, accusing him and others of conspiring to kill and threaten officials probing the 2017 actress assault case, were non-cognizable and therefore, it could not have been registered without prior permission from a magistrate. The submissions were made before Justice Ziyad Rahman A A by Dileep's lawyers during hearing of his plea to either quash the FIR or transfer the probe to the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI). The actor claimed that there was no human being who has not thought ill of another person, but that cannot be the cause for alarm or a basis for lodging an FIR. He contended that on a plain reading of the FIR, none of the offences mentioned in it are made out against the accused. Moreover, the utterances or threatening remarks attributed to him and the other accused were allegedly made in 2017 and came to the attention of the officials only in December 2021 and that cannot be a cause for alarm, he claimed. He alleged that he was a thorn in some people's side and that is the reason for the latest FIR.Kochi: Actor Dileep on Tuesday contended before the Kerala High Court that there was absence of any material in the murder conspiracy FIR to indicate commission of any of the offences attributed to the accused and the entire case was based on something allegedly "wished" by him. He also claimed before the high court that offences in the latest FIR, accusing him and others of conspiring to kill and threaten officials probing the 2017 actress assault case, were non-cognizable and therefore, it could not have been registered without prior permission from a magistrate. The submissions were made before Justice Ziyad Rahman A A by Dileep's lawyers during hearing of his plea to either quash the FIR or transfer the probe to the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI). The actor claimed that there was no human being who has not thought ill of another person, but that cannot be the cause for alarm or a basis for lodging an FIR. He contended that on a plain reading of the FIR, none of the offences mentioned in it are made out against the accused. Moreover, the utterances or threatening remarks attributed to him and the other accused were allegedly made in 2017 and came to the attention of the officials only in December 2021 and that cannot be a cause for alarm, he claimed. He alleged that he was a thorn in some people's side and that is the reason for the latest FIR.Kochi: Actor Dileep on Tuesday contended before the Kerala High Court that there was absence of any material in the murder conspiracy FIR to indicate commission of any of the offences attributed to the accused and the entire case was based on something allegedly "wished" by him. He also claimed before the high court that offences in the latest FIR, accusing him and others of conspiring to kill and threaten officials probing the 2017 actress assault case, were non-cognizable and therefore, it could not have been registered without prior permission from a magistrate. The submissions were made before Justice Ziyad Rahman A A by Dileep's lawyers during hearing of his plea to either quash the FIR or transfer the probe to the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI). The actor claimed that there was no human being who has not thought ill of another person, but that cannot be the cause for alarm or a basis for lodging an FIR. He contended that on a plain reading of the FIR, none of the offences mentioned in it are made out against the accused. Moreover, the utterances or threatening remarks attributed to him and the other accused were allegedly made in 2017 and came to the attention of the officials only in December 2021 and that cannot be a cause for alarm, he claimed. He alleged that he was a thorn in some people's side and that is the reason for the latest FIR.Kochi: Actor Dileep on Tuesday contended before the Kerala High Court that there was absence of any material in the murder conspiracy FIR to indicate commission of any of the offences attributed to the accused and the entire case was based on something allegedly "wished" by him. He also claimed before the high court that offences in the latest FIR, accusing him and others of conspiring to kill and threaten officials probing the 2017 actress assault case, were non-cognizable and therefore, it could not have been registered without prior permission from a magistrate. The submissions were made before Justice Ziyad Rahman A A by Dileep's lawyers during hearing of his plea to either quash the FIR or transfer the probe to the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI). The actor claimed that there was no human being who has not thought ill of another person, but that cannot be the cause for alarm or a basis for lodging an FIR. He contended that on a plain reading of the FIR, none of the offences mentioned in it are made out against the accused. Moreover, the utterances or threatening remarks attributed to him and the other accused were allegedly made in 2017 and came to the attention of the officials only in December 2021 and that cannot be a cause for alarm, he claimed. He alleged that he was a thorn in some people's side and that is the reason for the latest FIR.Kochi: Actor Dileep on Tuesday contended before the Kerala High Court that there was absence of any material in the murder conspiracy FIR to indicate commission of any of the offences attributed to the accused and the entire case was based on something allegedly "wished" by him. He also claimed before the high court that offences in the latest FIR, accusing him and others of conspiring to kill and threaten officials probing the 2017 actress assault case, were non-cognizable and therefore, it could not have been registered without prior permission from a magistrate. The submissions were made before Justice Ziyad Rahman A A by Dileep's lawyers during hearing of his plea to either quash the FIR or transfer the probe to the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI). The actor claimed that there was no human being who has not thought ill of another person, but that cannot be the cause for alarm or a basis for lodging an FIR. He contended that on a plain reading of the FIR, none of the offences mentioned in it are made out against the accused. Moreover, the utterances or threatening remarks attributed to him and the other accused were allegedly made in 2017 and came to the attention of the officials only in December 2021 and that cannot be a cause for alarm, he claimed. He alleged that he was a thorn in some people's side and that is the reason for the latest FIR.Kochi: Actor Dileep on Tuesday contended before the Kerala High Court that there was absence of any material in the murder conspiracy FIR to indicate commission of any of the offences attributed to the accused and the entire case was based on something allegedly "wished" by him. He also claimed before the high court that offences in the latest FIR, accusing him and others of conspiring to kill and threaten officials probing the 2017 actress assault case, were non-cognizable and therefore, it could not have been registered without prior permission from a magistrate. The submissions were made before Justice Ziyad Rahman A A by Dileep's lawyers during hearing of his plea to either quash the FIR or transfer the probe to the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI). The actor claimed that there was no human being who has not thought ill of another person, but that cannot be the cause for alarm or a basis for lodging an FIR. He contended that on a plain reading of the FIR, none of the offences mentioned in it are made out against the accused. Moreover, the utterances or threatening remarks attributed to him and the other accused were allegedly made in 2017 and came to the attention of the officials only in December 2021 and that cannot be a cause for alarm, he claimed. He alleged that he was a thorn in some people's side and that is the reason for the latest FIR.Kochi: Actor Dileep on Tuesday contended before the Kerala High Court that there was absence of any material in the murder conspiracy FIR to indicate commission of any of the offences attributed to the accused and the entire case was based on something allegedly "wished" by him. He also claimed before the high court that offences in the latest FIR, accusing him and others of conspiring to kill and threaten officials probing the 2017 actress assault case, were non-cognizable and therefore, it could not have been registered without prior permission from a magistrate. The submissions were made before Justice Ziyad Rahman A A by Dileep's lawyers during hearing of his plea to either quash the FIR or transfer the probe to the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI). The actor claimed that there was no human being who has not thought ill of another person, but that cannot be the cause for alarm or a basis for lodging an FIR. He contended that on a plain reading of the FIR, none of the offences mentioned in it are made out against the accused. Moreover, the utterances or threatening remarks attributed to him and the other accused were allegedly made in 2017 and came to the attention of the officials only in December 2021 and that cannot be a cause for alarm, he claimed. He alleged that he was a thorn in some people's side and that is the reason for the latest FIR.Kochi: Actor Dileep on Tuesday contended before the Kerala High Court that there was absence of any material in the murder conspiracy FIR to indicate commission of any of the offences attributed to the accused and the entire case was based on something allegedly "wished" by him. He also claimed before the high court that offences in the latest FIR, accusing him and others of conspiring to kill and threaten officials probing the 2017 actress assault case, were non-cognizable and therefore, it could not have been registered without prior permission from a magistrate. The submissions were made before Justice Ziyad Rahman A A by Dileep's lawyers during hearing of his plea to either quash the FIR or transfer the probe to the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI). The actor claimed that there was no human being who has not thought ill of another person, but that cannot be the cause for alarm or a basis for lodging an FIR. He contended that on a plain reading of the FIR, none of the offences mentione



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