India'No evidence against Jojo, two more cases against Congress activists'; Commissioner

‘No evidence against Jojo, two more cases against Congress activists’; Commissioner


  • Commissioner says there is no evidence against Jojo George.
  • The complaint is being re-examined.
  • Two more cases against Congress workers.

Kochi: The Kochi City Police Commissioner has said that there is no evidence in the complaint filed by Congress leaders against film star Joju George, who had publicly protested against the Congress’ blockade of the national highway against the fuel price hike. There is no evidence in the preliminary investigation to file a case against Jojo in the complaint. He said the complaint was being re-examined.

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If it is found that the complaint against Joju is true, a case will be registered. Two more cases have been registered against Congress workers in connection with the incident. No bail has been imposed on Jojo’s vehicle. There is evidence that the vehicle was wrecked. You can see people’s faces. JoJo’s statement was recorded on Monday. The case is not just about what he said. The commissioner said the case was registered after examining the evidence.

Speaking to reporters, the commissioner said arrests could be made today in connection with the crash of Jojo’s car. The video of the incident will be checked and action will be taken. He added that the case was filed under the recently enacted Prevention of Damage Against Private Property and Compensation Act against the destruction of private property.

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Asked if Jojo’s complaint would arrest former Cochin mayor Tony Chammini, the commissioner said he would not look into who he was and would arrest the culprit. According to the police FIR, a seven-member team led by Tony Chammini smashed Jojo’s vehicle. Chammini and others stopped the vehicle, grabbed Jojo’s shirt and shouted obscenities. According to the police FIR, the glass of the vehicle was smashed with a stone. According to police figures, the vehicle has a value of Rs 6 lakh.

Police have not registered a case against Jojo for allegedly insulting women Congress workers. Police said on Monday that a decision on whether to register a case would be taken only after further investigations. The test results show that the Women’s Congress has denied allegations that Jojo reacted under the influence of alcohol. Medical examination revealed that Jojo was not drunk.

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The dramatic events took place during the Congress’ protest on the Kochi National Highway bypass against the increase in fuel prices. As part of the strike, Congress workers blocked the section from Vyttila to Palarivattom on Monday morning. With this, severe traffic congestion was experienced here. But Jojo George, who was in a traffic jam, came out in protest against the protesters. The actor and the actor got into an altercation after Jojo George protested against the road blockade. Meanwhile, activists smashed the rear window of a Land Rover Defender SUV driven by Jojo George.

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