Pakistan High Commission staffer ‘touches a woman inappropriately’ in Delhi market, taken to police station – Times Now
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New Delhi: A woman on Sunday claimed that a man, who turned out to be a staffer of the Pakistan High Commission, touched her inappropriately in a market area in Delhi. The man and the complainant were brought to Sarojini Nagar station, said the Delhi Police.
The woman alleged that the man touched her inappropriately; however, the staffer has denied the charge. As per the man, his hand just brushed past the woman because of a heavy crowd in the market, said police.
Meanwhile, a senior police official said the issue was sorted out after the man rendered an apology to the woman. The Delhi Police also denied reports which claimed that they had detained the staffer.
“The Indian lady complained against him (Pakistan High Commission official) at a police station and took him there after the altercation. He apologised to the lady and was let off. There was no arrest,” news agency ANI quoted a source as saying.
Pakistan’s www.geo.tv, however, mentioned source as saying that the Pakistani High Commission official was kept under unlawful detention for many hours. The channel further claimed that the man was forced to sign some papers.
It further said that the man was released after Pakistan raised the matter with the Indian Ministry of External Affairs and lodged a protest.
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