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KOTTAYAM: The court has acquitted one more accused in the Vithura sex scandal case. Former Excise Commissioner T M Sasi was acquitted by Special court judge S Shajahan. This is the second verdict in 15 cases in the second phase of the trial. One more case is pending against Sasi.

 

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