CBI Probe Should be Called for if Necessary: Kummanam

Published: 21st March 2016 07:23 AM  |   Last Updated: 21st March 2016 07:23 AM   |  A+A-

THRISSUR:  BJP state president Kummanam Rajasekharan, after visiting the house of actor Kalabhavan Mani, said that a CBI investigation should be called for if necessary. “The culprits, no matter how rich or famous, should be brought to light,” he told mediapersons.

Meanwhile, the probe team including Crime Branch SP Unnirajan held a meeting with the Range IG in Thrissur. “We are yet to determine whether it is a case of murder or suicide,” Crime Branch SP Unnirajan had earlier told mediapersons. Four of the close friends of Mani - Arun, Vipin, Murugan and ‘Pattaru’ Vinu - are still in the custody of police. According to sources, they are currently being questioned at an undisclosed police station, where the cops are still verifying their statements.

Meanwhile, the team of police investigating into the mysterious death of actor Kalabhavan Mani have commenced probe into the financial transactions done through the bank accounts of the actor and his close aides, who are presently in custody. Mani’s brother RLV Ramakrishnan had levelled allegations that the money for the stage programmes by Mani, which should have been at the outhouse, was not found. Earlier, the family had clarified that the actor was financially solvent as he still paid around `1-lakh EMI for his Jaguar car.  


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