In her complaint, she said after she boarded the taxi and started for her destination, the driver, Ravikumar, made an excuse and stopped the car. He suddenly began to reverse the vehicle, she said.
"He was looking back as he was reversing the car and before I realized, his hands were on my chest. He grabbed me. I screamed and told him to stop the car, but he kept driving," she said in her complaint.
The woman managed to jump out of the moving vehicle but the driver followed her. She threatened to call the cops, but he continued to follow.
Whitefield DCP Narayan said four teams have been formed to trace the driver. It won't be difficult to find him.
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