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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Reports say that the police have recorded the secret statements of two natives of Thrissur as part of collecting more evidence against Dileep who got arrested in connection with the case of conspiracy behind the attack of the actress in Kochi.

The police have not divulged any details about these two people who appeared at the Kalady magistrate court to register their statements. It is said that these two are eye witnesses to the meeting of Dileep and Pulsar Suni.

The investigating team had got the evidence of Pulsar Suni meeting Dileep at the Kinatinkara Health Club, which was a location of the actor’s movie ‘Georgettan's Pooram’. Suni was accidentally caught in the selfie touted as ‘God’s invisible hand’ taken by an employee at the club with the actor.

Reporters say it is the statements of two people at this club who witnessed the meeting between Dileep and Pulsar Suni that was recorded. The police have not made it clear whether they are employees at the club or members of the film crew who were present at the shooting location.

It is said that the statements recorded today are crucial, and would help in proving at the court that Dileep and Pulsar Suni did met to conspire.

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