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Not a single culprit will be allowed to escape: CM

Not a single culprit will be allowed to escape: CM

Kochi: Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan Saturday said stringent action would be taken against those involved in the harassment of an actress near here and none would be allowed to escape.

"Not a single culprit involved in the incident would be allowed to escape," he wrote in a Facebook post.

Expressing concern over the incident, Vijayan said a comprehensive probe was being held into it.

"Police is after the accused. The culprits have been identified," he added.

Vijayan said the culprits would be brought to book at any cost and warned those indulging in this kind of activities of stringent action.

The noted south Indian film actress was allegedly harassed for about two hours by a gang of five men, who forced their way into her car before fleeing at a busy area here.

In her police complaint, the actress had stated that last night, her car was hit from behind by a vehicle at Athani, between Aluva and Angamaly. The men, suspected to be five in number, forcefully entered her car and took control of it before proceeding to Kochi.

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