Woman brutally beaten, harassed by security guard in Gurugram, case registered

In her complaint, the woman claimed that the security guard of the hostel has been harassing her continuously for the past one year. He kept threatening her every day and saying that he will throw me out of the hostel,” the woman said in her complaint, reported the Press Trust of India.

Updated September 21, 2023 | 07:26 AM IST

A woman living in a working women’s hostel was allegedly brutally beaten and harassed by the hostel’s security guard and a clerk working in the society, police said on Wednesday.

He said that one of the woman’s fingers was broken and she is being treated in a private hospital.

An FIR has been registered at the Civil Lines police station, police said.

In her complaint, the woman said that Sanju, the security guard and the clerk at the Working Women’s Hostel in Civil Lines area brutally beat and misbehaved with her.

“Sanju lives in hostel room no. 27 and Shyam in hostel room no. 1 and both have been harassing him continuously for the past one year. They have been threatening him every day and asking him to throw me out of the hostel. will.” According to the Press Trust of India, the woman said in her complaint.

“I complained to the district Red Cross office but to no avail. On September 14, they were abusing me. When I protested, they beat me brutally and fractured my finger. I Reached the hospital. I want strict action against them.” ” he added.

Following the complaint, an FIR under sections 323 (causing hurt), 325 (voluntarily causing grievous hurt), 34 (common intention) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) was registered against the two accused at the Civil Lines police station on Tuesday. Entered.

Gurugram Police spokesperson Subhash Bokan said that an FIR has been registered based on the complaint and further investigation is underway.

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