Nilani arrested in Coonoor

Nilani arrested in CoonoorNilani arrested in CoonoorNilani , A television artist, who made some critical comments on Facebook in May against the police after  firing on anti-Sterlite protesters in Thoothukudi, has been arrested by the Vadapalani police in Coonoor on Wednesday.  According to the latest update,  on Wednesday evening the cops from Chennai arrived at Kambisholai area in Bearhatti panchayat near Coonoor and nabbed the actress.

 Recently we have reported that  TV actress Nilani shared a video on her Facebook where she  was seen talking about the shooting at the anti-Sterlite protestors in Tuticorn. In the video, Nilani wore a khakhi uniform. Later a case was registered against Nilani by The Vadapalani cops in Chennai. (Also Read: http://www.tollywood.net/nilani-released-a-controversial-video-against-tuticorin-sterlite-protest-chennai-cops-book-actress-nilani/). Nilani went absconding once the police case was registered against her. All these days, the cops had been on their toes to trace and arrest her. Now according to the latest update, Ninali has been arrested.

 The police said, mobile phone tracking helped them to nab the actress who arrived at her relatives house in Kambisholai area in the recent past.   Nilani  was produced  at the Judicial Magistrate court in Coonoor. Police said that she would be taken to Chennai and produced before the court at Saidapet on Thursday.

 In the facebook Video, Nilani had said that she didn’t like to wear the police costume, in connection with the shootout against innocent people. All of her comments in the video went viral on social media. Many people thought that she was a uniformed officer.

Based on a complaint, the Vadapalani police booked a case against Nilani under Sections 419 (Punishment for cheating by personation), 153 (Wantonly giving provocation with intent to cause riot) and 500 (Punishment for defamation) of the Indian Penal Code and 66 D (Punishment for cheating by personation by using computer resource) of the Information Technology Act.