Mumbai: Wadala Railway police arrested a 22-year-old man for molesting a hearing and speech impaired woman at Sandhurst Road Station.
According to the report, the 28-year-old woman joined a government office six months back in Mumbai and the accused had befriended her at the workplace. Reportedly, the two worked used to work together where the accused, Vishal Bhaskar was an office boy.
As per the report in the Times of India (TOI), earlier this year, accused who is identified as the Bhaskar had sent objectionable texts from her cellphone to himself. The found the behaviour inappropriate and after she and her parents complained to the manager and Bhaskar was immediately Bhaskar was fired from the job.
The woman on May 6 was about to board Panvel-bound local train from Sandhurst Road Station around 4:30 PM when Bhaskar rushed towards the train and pulled her out of the local. The victim did not immediately approach the police as she wanted her mother to explain to her about the situation. But her mother was out of town, so when she returned the girl along with her mother filed a complaint and enacted what happened.
Senior inspector Rajendra Pal told TOI that accused was arrested the same day and was immediately booked for molestation under the sections of the Indian Penal Code.