New Delhi, Aug 14: The Noida police has registered a complaint by a woman engineer who has alleged that she was molested by 43 employees of her company. The Ghaziabad resident complainant works with the Noida branch of an IT company since 2016. In the FIR, Noida Sector 58 police has named 21 people while 22 others have been mentioned as unknown since the complainant did not know their names, reported indiatoday.in. (Also read: No Prisoner Convicted of Rape, Murder to be Released Under Govt Amnesty Scheme) Also Read - Uttar Pradesh News: Now Migrants Don't Want to Return Home, Claims Noida DM
In the complaint, the woman said that some colleagues had been making sexual advances towards her since November 2017. “I was asked to sleep with some of them,” reads the complaint. She alleged that her colleagues had posted objectionable things about her on a WhatsApp group. “A few of my colleagues also showed their private parts to me. I have complained to the women commission, CM Yogi Adityanath and CM Arvind Kejriwal but nothing has happened,” read the FIR. (Also read: Woman Gang-raped in Odisha) Also Read - Lockdown 5.0: Will Delhi-NCR Border Open? Not in The First Half of June
Police said they had lodged an FIR in the case but before making any arrests, they had to verify the allegations with facts. “We have prepared a list of the accused and others who work in the office will be questioned as well. We are also collecting CCTV footage from the office as the alleged harassment took place inside the office,” said an officer. Also Read - Earthquake of 4.6 Magnitude Jolts Parts of Delhi NCR, Epicentre in Haryana
Meanwhile, in Mau a teenage girl was allegedly gang-raped at a madrasa, police said on Monday. As per the FIR, registered by the victim’s mother, the incident took place on August 4 when the madrasa manager’s brother and four others held the 16-year-old captive and raped her, Additional Superintendent of Police (ASP) Shailesh Kumar Srivastava said. He added that the main accused had been arrested and a hunt was on to nab the rest. The accused reportedly threatened the girl from talking to the police and the accused took photographs of the girl, the complainant alleged.