Thiruvananthapuram:Kerala DGP Loknath Behre said here on Sunday that the revelations by Soumya case accused Govindachami's counsel Adv B A Aloor will be examined. The DGP was reacting to Aloor's statement that he took up the after a drug mafia active in Mumbai approached him.
The DGP said that the issue is being viewed seriously and Govindachami's links with drug mafia will be examined. The Human Rights panel too sought scrutiny of Govindachami's financial dealings. The DGP said he would proceed to inspect the case after getting the necessary order
Aloor said Govindachami's sole intention was robbery. He also claimed that the evidences pertaining to rape against the accused have been forged by the police.
The people who approached him for vakalat were involved in many drug cases in Mumbai and that they include Thamil Nadu natives. The group is based at Panvel in Mumbai.
The revelations of Aloor comes 5 years after Soumya's death. Many persons accused in drug cases were from Tamil Nadu, Karnataka and Kerala, Aloor revealed.
Aloor says he had appeared for many drug-related cases on behalf of them. When he was approached, the gang wanted Aloor to keep all details confidential. Aloor said the gang had not defaulted in payment of fees and asserted Govindachami was involved in theft and selling of drug in trains.
When the Sowmya case moved to the Supreme court, Aloor said the gang had approached him and they are active even now. Sowmya was not raped by Govindachami and the evidences produced by the police to prove she was raped were all fabricated, Aloor added.