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Thiruvananthapuram, Sep 20 : The prime accused in the gold smuggling case Swapna Suresh on Tuesday denied media reports that she has gone silent.
“There are reports coming which say that I have gone silent. I have not become silent. I am happy with the progress in the Enforcement Directorate’s probe,” said Suresh.
It was in June this year after a long gap that Suresh surfaced in the media and made grave allegations against Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan, his wife and daughter that they all had a role in smuggling of gold and currencies through the airport here.
For several days she hogged the limelight, but after a while she became silent.
“I have now got a job in Bengaluru, so is my friend Sarith. The Kerala Police did their best to see that I do not get it, but the Karnataka Police helped us. Now I will approach the court to see that I am able to join my new job,” added Suresh.
She is presently out on bail in the gold smuggling case after being in jail for over a year after her arrest in July 2020.
IANS / AGENCY