Senior politician PC George immediately courted one more controversy by making ‘distasteful’ remarks in opposition to the actor, who was kidnapped and sexually assaulted by a gang in 2017, saying it was she who has benefitted by getting extra alternatives in motion pictures, after the incident.
Answering a query throughout a press meet, PC George, identified for making controversial remarks in sensational instances, even mocked using “survivor” whereas referring to the case.
“The survivor is getting a number of movies now…I do not suppose she suffered any loss after the problem. The loss which she had suffered in life as a lady is perhaps enormous, if the mentioned incident was true. However, my perception is that she obtained advantages in different areas,” the previous MLA alleged.
The senior politician additionally slammed reporters who questioned his unsavoury remarks throughout the press convention on the press membership.
The previous MLA had earlier made alleged distasteful statements in opposition to the survivor and brazenly prolonged help to actor Dileep, the eighth accused within the case.
He was arrested not too long ago in a sexual assault case and over hate speeches in opposition to the Muslim neighborhood.
PC George, who had represented Poonjar within the meeting for over three a long time, suffered an enormous setback within the Meeting polls held final 12 months as he had misplaced his bastion to the LDF candidate by an enormous margin.
In response to police, the actor, who has labored in Tamil and Telugu movies in addition to Malayalam, was kidnapped and allegedly molested inside her automotive for 2 hours by the accused, who had compelled their means into the automobile on the night time of February 17, 2017 and later escaped in a busy space.
Your complete act was filmed by the accused to blackmail the actress. There are 10 accused within the case and initially, police arrested seven individuals. Dileep was arrested subsequently and let off on bail later.
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