- The accused, 22, is working as a software engineer for Google
- He allegedly groped a 52-year-old woman in his room
- He was arrested on January 9, a day after the incident
Police said Anmol Singh Kharbanda met and struck a conversation with the 52-year-old woman at the hotel's bar around 10 pm on January 8.
"Kharbanda, a California-based Non-Resident Indian, met the victim in the lounge and introduced himself to her. He offered her drinks and a smoke in his hotel room," Additional Commissioner of Police B K Singh said.
"Kharbanda took her to his room and groped her. She pushed him away and ran out," Mr Singh said.
The shocked victim, staying in another room of the hotel, locked herself in for the entire night. The next day, she went away for a meeting in Jaipur and returned in the evening.
Unaware of the legal action against him, Kharbanda was busy in his official work. He visited the Google's India office in Gurgaon.
"When he returned to the hotel room on January 9 night, the hotel security informed the police and he was arrested," the ACP added.
He has since been sent to judicial custody.