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KOCHI: The police team probing the conspiracy behind the abduction and sexual assault of a female actor in Kochi has found that the phone used by Sunil Kumar, aka ‘Pulsar’ Suni, inside the jail was a stolen one. Official sources said on Thursday that the phone had been actually bought by a resident of Salem in Tamil Nadu and it had gone missing from Coimbatore since October last year. During investigation, the police found that the phone had been within the location of a tower near the Kakkanad district prison since April.

The police had recovered the phone during a raid at the residence of Sunil, aka Masthiri Sunil, a native of Kottayam and a fellow prisoner of Suni. Earlier investigations revealed that Vishnu, a cell mate of Suni at the prison here, had smuggled the phone inside by concealing it in his shoes and handed it over to Suni through one Mahesh.

During interrogation, Suni reportedly told the police that he had contacted both Nadirsha and Appunni, a close aide of actor Dileep using the phone. To bring clarity, the police team is slated to subject them to detailed interrogation once again, besides a few others linked to the film industry.

As part of it, the police on Thursday collected statements of artist K.S. Prasad and film producer Anto Joseph at the Aluva Police Club.

Earlier on Thursday, Suni told mediapersons that he had been subjected to torture by the police and added that his earlier revelations had done him great damage. To repeated queries by mediapersons, Suni called for a magistrate to record his dying declaration.

Meanwhile, B A Aloor, counsel representing Suni, has approached the Judicial First Class Magistrate Court in Kakkanad seeking either to cancel the police custody of his client or permission to visit him every day while in custody. “The petition is being filed in the wake of a statement by the accused that he had been subjected to torture under police custody,” Aloor said. Based on the petition, the court has issued a notice to the investigating officer. It is slated to consider the petition on Friday.

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