Sunday, July 14, 2024

FIR Filed Against Pak Diplomat’s Cook for Molestation Attempt on Indian Woman in Delhi – N.F Times

New Delhi: Delhi Police have registered an FIR against a 54-year-old Pakistani national, Minhaj Hussain, for allegedly attempting to molest an Indian woman at the official residence of Saad Ahmad Warraich, the Charge D’Affaires at the Pakistan High Commission in New Delhi.

According to sources, when the victim complained to Warraich about Hussain’s alleged attempt to molest her, the diplomat reportedly sent Hussain back to Pakistan on the pretext of Bakrid. However, Hussain later returned and resumed work at Warraich’s residence.

The Pakistan High Commission allegedly asked the woman to leave her job and vacate Warraich’s residence by June 30. Shocked by this treatment and Hussain’s return, the victim was prompted to file a police complaint.

The victim, a widow employed as a domestic help at Warraich’s residence, filed a complaint at Tilak Marg Police Station on June 28. She alleged that Hussain, who worked as a cook at the diplomat’s house, had been misbehaving with her since his arrival in India in February, constantly demanding sexual favours and making obscene advances.

Delhi Police immediately registered an FIR under IPC Section 354 (assault or criminal force on a woman with intent to outrage her modesty) against Minhaj Ahmed Hussain based on the complaint.

Meanwhile, Hussain, who was living in India on an official passport and visa, was sent back to Pakistan on June 30, suspecting trouble.

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