Delhi Commission for Women chief Swati Maliwal on Friday alleged that the person accused of harassing her outdoors AIIMS had additionally “preyed on one other girl” in a similar way earlier this month.
Maliwal alleged that she was molested by a drunk man whereas on an inspection at evening and dragged for 10-15 metres by his automobile outdoors AIIMS together with her hand caught within the car’s window. The accused, a 47-year-old man, has been arrested.
“The one that harassed me has additionally preyed on different ladies. One girl reported on the 181 helpline that on January 17 this man had repeatedly circled round her along with his automobile on Lodhi Road, asking her to get in. I’m grateful that I obtained him caught. I enchantment to everybody to not be afraid however increase your voice,” Maliwal stated in a tweet in Hindi.
Maliwal additionally shared a video of the lady narrating her ordeal of being harassed by the person.
“In in the present day’s newspaper I noticed that the chairperson of Delhi Commission (for Women) had been harassed and there was an image of the perpetrator. I want to inform you that this similar individual did the identical factor to me on Tuesday at Lodhi Colony round 7 to 7.30 pm. He stated the identical factor to me – ‘Do you desire a raise?’ and stored taking a U-turn to return again.
“I ignored him the primary time he requested… But after that, when he stored on returning, I checked out him correctly and stored considering of getting out of the place as quickly as doable however since there have been no buses round, I needed to face some issues,” the lady stated within the video.
Footage exhibiting Maliwal being allegedly harassed by the accused inebriated man and dragged by his automobile for 10-15 metres together with her hand caught within the car window has been recovered, police stated.
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