Malayalam film actress Leena Paul, friend arrested in Delhi
The actress, her friend and six personal security officers, including three ex-servicemen, were also arrested in a joint operation by Delhi Police and Chennai Crime Branch.
New Delhi : A 25-year-old south Indian actress and her male friend were today arrested from a south Delhi farmhouse where they were hiding in a bid to evade law in a case of cheating registered in Chennai.
Their six personal security officers, including three ex-servicemen, were also arrested in a joint operation by Delhi Police and Chennai Crime Branch from Khari Farms in
Fatehpurberi, a senior police official said.
Leena Maria Paul, who acted in national award winner Mohanlal-starrer 'Red Chillies' and other films, and her friend Balaji were allegedly involved in a case registered
under sections 420 (cheating), 120B (criminal conspiracy) and 406 (breach of trust).
Paul has worked in films like Madras Cafe, Thousands in Goa, Cobra and Red Chillies.
"She was hiding in Delhi along with his friend Balaji alias Chandersekar. Four weapons seized from the PSOs have all India licence obtained from Haryana and Jammu but not endorsed from Delhi licensing branch," the official said.
A case under the relevant section of Arms Act was registered here.
Nine expensive cars and 81 expensive Wrist watches have also been recovered.
"Accused have shifted to present farm house on May 12 and their tenant verification form was also received and under verification process," the official said.
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