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Mumbai Court Grants Anticipatory Bail To Kerala CPI(M) Chief's Son Binoy Kodiyeri In Rape Case

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3 July 2019 11:22 AM GMT
Mumbai Court Grants Anticipatory Bail To Kerala CPI(M) Chiefs Son Binoy Kodiyeri In Rape Case
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The Bombay City Civil and Session Court today granted anticipatory bail to Binoy Kodiyeri, son of Kerala State Secretary of Communist Party of India (Marxist) Kodiyeri Balakrishnan.The order pronounced by Additional Sessions Judge M H Shaikh is awaited.Binoy Kodiyeri had moved the Sessions Court after a crime was registered by Oshiwara police for rape and cheating acting on a complaint filed by...

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The Bombay City Civil and Session Court today granted anticipatory bail to Binoy Kodiyeri, son of Kerala State Secretary of Communist Party of India (Marxist) Kodiyeri Balakrishnan.

The order pronounced by Additional Sessions Judge M H Shaikh is awaited.

Binoy Kodiyeri had moved the Sessions Court after a crime was registered by Oshiwara police for rape and cheating acting on a complaint filed by a Mumbai resident who accused him of having cheated her into sexual relationship with a false promise of marriage.

In her complaint, she had claimed that she has an eight-year-old son from the affair, which commenced when she was working in a bar hotel in Dubai in 2009. She said that she was not aware that Binoy was already married until recently when she happened to see his Facebook photos with his wife. She has also released documents showing monthly payments credited by him to her bank account over past several years.

Kodiyeri Balakrishnan, the CPIM State Secretary (Kerala), had responded to this controversy by stating that the case had nothing to do with the party or its leadership, as it was a personal issue of his son. Balakrishnan also added that neither he nor the CPI(M) will protect Binoy.

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