Woman Accuses Pak High Commission Staff Of 'Inappropriate Touch': Police

According to the woman, the man touched her inappropriately in the market, a claim rejected by the staffer

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Woman Accuses Pak High Commission Staff Of 'Inappropriate Touch': Police

The police also denied media reports that the staffer was detained.


New Delhi: 

Highlights

  1. Pakistan High Commission staffer was taken to a city police station
  2. The man touched her inappropriately in the market, says the woman
  3. The man said his hand merely brushed past the woman: Police

A staffer of the Pakistan High Commission was taken to a city police station for reportedly touching a woman inappropriately, the police said today.

The woman and the staffer were brought to Sarojini Nagar police station on Sunday, they said.

According to the woman, the man touched her inappropriately in the market, a claim rejected by the staffer.

The man said his hand merely brushed past the woman due to heavy crowd in the market, police said.

A senior police official said the matter was sorted out after the man apologised to the woman.

The police also denied media reports that the staffer was detained.

 



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