Kochi: Actor Dileep, who is out on bail in the actress attack case, has allegedly engaged a private agency to arrange security cover to him.
Meanwhile, the Police Department is closely monitoring the latest move, the provocation of which reportedly comes in the wake of a public outrage against the actor.
Based on a direction from higher-ups, the Kottarakkara police on Saturday took two vehicles of the security firm into custody and later released them after a detailed inspection. The vehicles were later released after verifying their documents.
Firefighters forced to smash window to free child, 2, from boiling vehicle
Filming the whole incident on his phone, Ken watched as officials tried to keep the boy calm as they attempted to jimmy the door. It took just 30 minutes for the boy to become drenched in his own sweat, forcing firefighters to work quickly.
"The police had no clue when reports emerged about some armed personnel in convoy vehicles visiting the actor". The police had taken the auto of the Thunder Force into custody. We can not say why, but they were let off after verifying the papers.
The security agency Thunder Force said the police didn't disclose the reason why the vehicles were taken into custody. As per reports, three security personnel will accompany the actor wherever he goes.
The security agency has offices in Thrissur and Palakkad and retired IPS officer PV Valsan is in charge of the agency in Kerala.
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