The statement was recorded by Judge Mini Thomas Kurkare on Saturday in her chamber.
The police had slapped IPC Sections 354 and 354 (a) that dealt with using criminal force against woman with intent to outrage her modesty.
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The complaint was filed by the woman who was the prime accused in the solar scam. She had earlier levelled similar complaints against half a dozen political leaders including former CM Oommen Chandy.
The duo was booked under bailable IPC sections by the Cantonment police on former minister K T Jaleel’s complaint on Wednesday.
George was granted bail by the High Court after he was arrested by the Fort police on Wednesday in connection with the Thiruvananthapuram hate speech case.
George alleged on Sunday that Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan was calling him a 'communalist' by standing shoulder to shoulder with those who hacked to death SFI leader Abhimanyu
As per the police notice, George has been asked to appear at 11 am for further interrogation and collecting voice samples as part of the probe.
Sources said the police have reportedly accepted his request.
The High Court accepted the bail plea of the veteran leader on Friday on account of his age and health condition.
The Kerala High Court on Friday granted bail to senior politician PC George in a hate speech case registered in Thiruvananthapuram.
In the remand report, the police said there were chances George would repeat the offence if not arrested.
After keeping him under observation for an hour from 8.15pm, he was discharged from the hospital, allowing the Fort police to take him to Thiruvananthapuram.
Political commentators say all parties have been pursuing communal appeasement for electoral gains and this is very evident in the Thrikkakara bypoll.
Activists of the People's Democratic Party raised slogans against George while BJP members, led by its state president and other leaders, protested the move
At the hearing, counsel P Vijayabhanu submitted that George was a 72-year-old who had served as MLA for 33 years.
The court said it was not possible to take a lenient view on his anticipatory bail and dismissed the petition.
He has decided to move the Kerala High Court against the sessions court verdict.
He allegedly delivered the speech in connection with a Saptaha Yajna event at the Mahadeva Temple at Vennala in the Ernakulam on May 8.
The prosecution told the court that George was repeatedly making hate speeches flouting the bail conditions.