Film City case: Plea dismissed

BANGALORE: The High Court on Wednesday dismissed a petition seeking a stay on investigation by the City Crime Branch (CCB) against Innovative Film City owner K Saravana Prasad and director Rad

Published: 01st March 2012 01:59 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 06:26 PM   |  A+A-

BANGALORE: The High Court on Wednesday dismissed a petition seeking a stay on investigation by the City Crime Branch (CCB) against Innovative Film City owner K Saravana Prasad and director Radhika Achyutanand in a fraud case, and directed the CCB police to continue the probe.

Saravana Prasad, directors Radhika Achyutanand and Upasana Mittal are accused of cheating a businessman, J Somashekar, to the tune of ` 3 crore. The Ulsoor police filed an FIR against them.The HC had rejected a petition which sought quashing of the FIR against them and directed the police to continue the probe. Then, the accused filed another petition seeking a stay on the probe.Justice N Anand dismissed the petition, saying the issue came under the jurisdiction of the police.

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