It is known that Malayalam star hero Mohanlal has been haunted by a trafficking case since almost 10 years. The case of illegally keeping ivory in his house is still going on in the court. But it must be said that Mohanlal has got some relief in this matter recently.
The case of Malayalam superstar Mohanlal illegally keeping ivory in his house is still going on in the court. However, the Kerala state government appealed to the Perumbavoor Judicial First Class Magistrate Court to strike out the case. Mohanlal approached the High Court seeking to quash the order passed by the Magistrate’s Court dismissing this appeal made by the state government. But at that time the High Court rejected the petition filed by Mohanlal. However, the court has now partially accepted the state’s argument against the order of the Perumbavoor court. It also ordered the magistrate to re-examine the plea of the state government to dismiss the case against Mohanlal. It must be said that these orders given by the High Court gave some relief to Mohanlal
But the real thing is that about ten years ago the IT department raided Mohanlal’s house. At this time, two ivory tusks were found in Mohanlal’s house. However, no case has been registered by the IT department. But the officials of the Kerala forest department have registered a case against superstar Mohanlal for illegally keeping elephant tusks at home in violation of the law. At this time, two social activists from Kerala filed a public interest litigation to take action against Mohan Lal. Mohanlal approached the court seeking to stop the investigation of this case registered against him.. However, the trial court at that time dismissed the investigation as it is not appropriate for a third party to interfere in the case of illegal possession of ivory with a public interest litigation filed by two persons. Both of them approached the High Court. The High Court allowed these arguments to be heard. Later, the state government asked the court to dismiss the case, but the court dismissed the appeal of the state government. After that, Mohan Lal approached the High Court and the High Court issued fresh orders on this matter.