Bengaluru: The state high court has granted a two-week stay on the investigations being held by the Puttur police against actor Vinod Alva.
He is facing charges of abetment to the murder of a former aide of his. Alva had petitioned the high court against the police enquiry.
A single-judge bench presided over by Justice P D Vaingankar granted an interim stay for two weeks and announced that a full-fledged hearing would be held during the period.
The court also directed the original complainants K Udaya Kumar and Sacchidananda to file their objections.
Trace the case:
- Puttur: Abetment to Attempted Murder – Actor Vinod Alva Granted Conditional Bail
- Puttur: Ruling on Actor Vinod Alva’s Bail and Police Plea for Custody on Nov 30
- Puttur: Vinod Alva’s Jeep Used in Attempt on Life Found Abandoned, Seized
- Puttur: Threat to Life of Former Employee – Vinod Alva Sent to Judicial Custody
- Puttur: Threat to Former Aide’s Life – Actor Vinod Alva Reportedly Quizzed by Police