Maria Susairaj, co-accused in the Neeraj Grover murder case, moved the sessions court on Monday for procuring shampoo, soap and other toiletries.
The court took note of her request — which includes Biotique Green Apple shampoo — and asked jail authorities to file a report on the same.
Public Prosecutor VV Kini told the court that along with the prison manual, a circular had been issued to jail authorities giving details on what could be provided to undertrials.
“Based on this circular we have put an application before the court,” said Susairaj’s lawyer, G Kannur.
The Kannada actress is co-accused along with her fiancé, former navy lieutenant Emile Jerome Mathew, in the murder of Synergy Adlabs executive Grover. Susairaj had acted in a few Kannada movies and was looking for an entry into television serials.
Mathew allegedly killed Grover on May 7 in Malad when he found he had stayed overnight in her apartment. Susairaj and Mathew then allegedly chopped Grover’s body into pieces.
Susairaj and Mathew were presented in court on Monday for a hearing on an application filed on October 16, in which Mathew’s lawyer moved court for details of four mobile numbers mentioned in the chargesheet.
The sessions court directed the prosecution to get names of the companies from which these numbers were issued, so that it could issue notice to the companies for their call records.
The court also ordered that the Hyundai Santro, which the duo allegedly used to transport Grover’s body to Manor, be returned to its owner Kiran Shreyas.