After prolonged delay due to Covid-19 and the lockdown, trial in the 2017 actor abduction case will, in all likelihood, resume on June 22.
The court directed the prosecution to ensure that the victim is present in court on June 15.
The case came up for hearing on Thursday but the court posted it to May 27.
Currently, all the trial courts in the state have postponed its proceedings following an order of Kerala High Court in wake of the national lockdown declared.
The vehicle is likely to be produced before the court as part of the proceedings.
Dileep had approached the CFSL last month to verify the visuals following the Supreme Court’s directive.
On Monday, the Additional Special Sessions Court had sent two police officials to Chandigarh to receive the report.
As per the trial proceedings scheduled by the court, the victim will be examined on January 30, January 31, February 1 and February 3.
According to Dileep, a charge stated that a few of the accused hatched a criminal conspiracy to extract money from him.
Senior Public Prosecutor Suman Chakravarthy submitted the petition was not maintainable.
Dileep said the trial and proceedings based on the present chargesheet framed by the trial court would be unheard of in the history of criminal law.
Jithin Stanislaus, who shot Rajisha Vijayan’s June, is behind the camera while V Sajan is working on the editing.
Dileep will have to face the trial in the case that has begun recently.
Various film personalities have changed their names following numerology.
Dileep is paired opposite Urvashi in the film which is being touted as a light-hearted entertainer.