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KANHANGAD: P T Thomas, MLA, said that his persistent plea to institute a Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) probe to expose the conspiracy in the abduction and assault on an actor in Kochi eventually paved the way for the arrest of actor Dileep.

“The vital breakthrough in the case came only after I wrote a letter to the Kerala High Court seeking to institute a CBI probe,” Thomas told The Hindu here, adding that his plea received overwhelming support from society.

A section of TV channels and news portals had unleashed a misinformation campaign to tarnish his image after he brought a submission in the Assembly to expose the lacunae in the probe, the MLA representing Thrikkakara Assembly segment said. The State had no other go but to streamline the investigation as it would otherwise have drawn flak from judicial bodies, he said.

The LDF government should take action against Innocent, MP; and Mukesh, and K.B. Ganesh Kumar, MLAs. While the State appeared to be scuttling the probe, the stance adopted by former State Police Chief T P Senkumar proved crucial, Thomas, who was here to inaugurate the Kasaragod convention of the pro-Congress NGO Association, said.

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