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Bar bribery case: Mani unhappy over leaking of details

Thiruvananthapuram: Minister K M Mani and the Kerala Congress are unhappy over the details of the probe getting leaked in connection with the bar bribery case. Mani expressed his displeasure over leaking of the details of the lie-detector test performed on Kerala Bar Hotels Association working president Biju Ramesh's driver Ambili. The Kerala Congress leaders will meet Home minister and demand a probe on how the details of the test had leaked to the media.

Mani, unhappy over the recent incidents, said let the home ministry decide if all these are going in the right direction. Mani also declined to comment on anything regarding the case and said he would react after the probe is completed. Mani was speaking to the media when he came to Kottayam for the mass contact programme.

Ambili had said that he drove Bar hotel owners association president Rajkumar Unni and a few others to Mani's official residence, adding that he witnessed them handing over the money to the minister. The Vigilance wanted him to undergo polygraph test to confirm the statement.

Accordingly, investigating officer SP R Sukesan had served Ambili a notice asking him to present himself for the test. Last Monday, Ambili was put on the test at the State Forensic Sciences Laboratory here.
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