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‘Vincent MLA sexually abused the victim twice’

The remand report prepared by cops on Monday against M Vincent MLA said the legislator sexually abused the victim over the phone twice in 2016.

Published: 26th July 2017 09:10 AM  |   Last Updated: 26th July 2017 09:10 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM:  The remand report prepared by cops on Monday against M Vincent MLA said the legislator sexually abused the victim over the phone twice in 2016.


The shocking report said Vincent sexually abused the victim by calling her around 8 pm on September 10 and at 11 am on November 11.  The report said Vincent got the mobile number of the victim from her husband before being elected as MLA. After he was elected, he misbehaved with the victim several times over the phone and kept calling her despite her warnings against it. The report said Vincent used different numbers to call the victim and had also threatened her.

‘Cong should seek Vincent’s resignation’
T’Puram:
Chairman of Administrative Reforms Commission V S Achuthanandan on Monday told reporters the Congress should seek M Vincent MLA’s resignation if it had any dignity left. He also criticised the Congress for alleging there was conspiracy behind Vincent’s arrest.

Hearing on MLA’s bail plea today 
T’Puram :
The Neyyattinkara Magistrate Court is scheduled to take up M Vincent MLA’s bail petition and the custody application moved by police in the sexual abuse case on Tuesday.  Judicial First Class Magistrate-III Annie Varghese on Monday deferred the hearing until Tuesday following a request from defence counsel Celine Wilfred seeking time to gather more details pertaining to the case. The judge also directed the prosecution to produce the accused during hearing. The court will also consider the police plea seeking five-day custody of Vincent for further interrogation in the case.



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