Two assault 39-year-old at women’s hostel, booked

  • | Friday | 22nd September, 2023

Gurgaon: A 39-year-old occupant of a womens hostel in Civil Lines has alleged that she was physically assaulted by two others staying at the hostelThe omplainant Sonu Singh, who works as a banker in the city, alleged that two occupants at the hostel have been hurling abuses at her and physical assaulting for the past one year. The duo would threaten Singh and attempt to intimidate her to leave the hostel, Singh told the police.On September 14, they engaged in a heated altercation with me, using extremely abusive language. When I protested, a scuffle broke out, resulting in a fracture in my little finger, Singh said in her complaint.The two accused, Shyama (28) and Sanju (35), are both employed at the Red Cross Society. Shyama works as a clerk while Sanju is employed as a security guard. Singh says she has submitted CCTV footage of the altercation along with other evidence to the police alongside her complaint. An FIR was registered under sections 323 (voluntarily causing hurt), 325 (causing grievous hurt) and 34 (common intention) of the IPC at the Civil Lines police station on Wednesday. Singh also said in her complaint that she had previously filed a complaint with the Red Cross as well, but that no action had been taken. Shyama, being a clerk, has influential connections. It has become unsafe and intimidating for me to return home every day, Singh added. The Red Cross Society did not respond to TOI for a comment on the case.We also published the following articles recentlyGaneshotsava celebrated at Bunts HostelThe Sarvajanika Ganeshotsava in Mangaluru was inaugurated by K Jairaj Rai, president of Ramakrishna Cooperative Society. The celebrations aim to unite society and promote development projects for the Bunt community. Meanwhile, Ganesh Chaturthi celebrations at Mangalore University went smoothly, with Vice-Chancellor Jayaraj Amin leading the event. Precautionary measures were taken, including increased police presence. In Trichy, officials issued guidelines for the festival, including security arrangements and the use of eco-friendly materials for idols. Bigg Boss Telugu 7 contestants also celebrated Vinayaka Chavithi, while GITAM Deemed to be University marked Engineers Day.Landlords, hostel owners reluctant to share info on tenants, say policeThe commissionerate police in Bhubaneswar, India, launched an initiative in 2015 asking house owners to submit details of tenants at local police stations. However, compliance has become lax, with very few landlords submitting the required tenant declaration forms. The initiative aims to ensure the safety of citizens and maintain a database of tenants. There is also a provision for tenant verification, but there have been very few applications for this service. The police are urging landlords to comply with the orders to help keep the city safe.IIT graduate from UP nabbed in burqa in womens hostelA former IIT-Madras graduate was arrested for sneaking into the womens hostel wearing a burqa to see a girl he was in love with. The suspect had previously been arrested for similar charges. After students spotted him, the suspect threatened to jump from the fifth floor but managed to escape. He was later arrested and produced before a magistrate. It was also revealed that the suspect had a history of mental illness.

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