After Women in Cinema Collective expressed its displeasure over the reinstatement of accused Malayalam actor Dileep’s membership of the Association of Malayalam Movie Actors, political leaders have also slammed AMMA for the move.
Senior Congress MLA, P T Thomas, who was one of the first to know about the actress kidnapping case in February 2017, and had reached the victim’s side before informing the police, told the media on Tuesday that AMMA should reconsider its decision on Dileep.
“It is now very clear that only a handful of the artistes were genuinely with the victim. Those leading lights who took part in the protest meetings held the next day of the kidnap attempt in Kochi, were only shedding crocodile tears.
“Not a single one of them was supporting the victim. It’s now time for the Kerala Assembly and the state government to react,” said Thomas.
The Women in Cinema Collective (WCC), irked by AMMA’s decision to revoke the suspension of Dileep who is an accused in the actress kidnapping case, had put out a Facebook post on Monday.