Published: Sat, January 13, 2018
Medical | By Johnnie Horton

NRI arrested for molesting woman

NRI arrested for molesting woman

A 22-year-old Indian origin, working for search engine giant Google, has been arrested for allegedly molesting a USA woman in a five-star hotel in Delhi on Friday.

The incident reportedly took place in his room around on 8 January around 10 pm after the accused Anmol Singh Kharbanda invited the customer into his room for a smoke after meeting her at hotel's luxury bar. "A case under sections of outraging the modesty or a woman and molestation was registered and a police team arrested the man from his room", said B K Singh, additional CP (New Delhi).

He has been sent for judicial custody, the officer said.

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As per the statement of the woman, she started living in the hotel from January 6 onwards. She alleged that he offered her laced drinks and tried to grope her, the police said. At the time of the incident, he had drinks with the woman in his room no 805.

"She did not lodge a complaint the very next day as she had to go to Jaipur", he added. After her return from Jaipur, she complained against Kharbanda to the Chanakyapuri police station and hotel security. Police have recorded the woman's statement before the magistrate.

In her complaint, the woman alleged that after having drinks, the accused Kharbanda grabbed her and molested her. The woman, too, was in the country for work, police said. She filed a complaint after she returned to Delhi, he added. "We are aware of this incident. Safety and security of our guests and associates is paramount", said the spokesperson of the Taj Diplomatic Enclave hotel. Police said they have recovered CCTV footage from the hotel, and are trying to corroborate the sequence of events.

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