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KOCHI: Angamaly Judicial Magistrate Court has issued summons to actor Dileep, the eight accused in the Kochi actress attack case, asking him to be present before it person on December 19.

The court had accepted the charge-sheet submitted by the investigation team against Dileep. The summons is part of the procedures before the start of the further trial.  

Dileep has been accused of hatching a plot with prime accused Pulsar Suni and his associates to have abducted and assaulted the Malayalam actress in a moving car.

On October 3, the actor was bailed out of jail after submitting a plea for the fifth time.

The actress, who has worked in Malayalam, Tamil and Telugu films, was kidnapped and molested in a moving car while she was on her way from Thrissur to Kochi on the night of February 17 this year.

Dileep was arrested on July 10 because of his alleged involvement in the molestation case.
On July 11, Dileep was expelled from the primary membership of Association of Malayalam Movie Artists (AMMA) after being arrested.

The trial court had on Tuesday accepted the charge sheet.
The charge sheet names a total of 12 persons in the case. The chargesheet was filed by the police probe team on November 22.
Pulsar Suni is the first accused in the case and the charges slapped against him include rape and conspiracy.

The 650-page chargesheet includes secret depositions. Among the list of witnesses, around 50 are from the film industry. Actor and Dileep's former wife Manju Warrier is a key witness.

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