Former Kerala Govt Lawyer Surrenders Amid Rape Allegations

Former Kerala Govt Lawyer Surrenders Amid Rape Allegations

Former Kerala Govt Lawyer Surrenders Amid Rape Allegations: A former top government pleader turned himself in on Wednesday, more than two weeks after the Kerala police put out a “look-out” notice for him. He was accused of raping a woman multiple times at his office and at her home.

Former Kerala Govt Lawyer Surrenders Amid Rape Allegations

The accused lawyer, P. G. Manu, turned himself in to the police this morning, according to DySP Puthencruz.

After his request for anticipatory bail was turned down by the Supreme Court two days ago, this was done.

The high court gave him 10 days to turn himself in to the cops.

The look-out order was sent out against him on January 14, after the January 12 deadline set by the Kerala High Court for him to turn himself in to the police.

That was the second extra time the court gave Manu to turn himself in to the police.

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On November 29, 2013, a FIR was filed against the lawyer under several sections of the Indian Penal Code, such as sections 376 (rape), 354 (outraging the modesty of a woman), and 506 (intimidation), as well as the Information Technology Act.

It was done because the victim complained about it.

After that, the lawyer turned in his retirement.

The woman said in her lawsuit that the lawyer had called her to his office to record a statement for a case and then raped her there.

He raped her three more times, the woman says in her lawsuit. The first time was on October 9, 2023, and the other two times were on October 24, 2023, and October 29, 2023.

In her report, she says that after that, he kept calling her and bothering her, and he also sent her inappropriate photos and videos.

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