Labourer arrested for allegedly molesting 3-year-old in Hennur

A daily wage labourer was arrested on Saturday for allegedly molesting a three-and-a-half-year old girl after luring her with a piece of chocolate on Friday at Hennur.

Published: 06th October 2013 09:55 AM  |   Last Updated: 06th October 2013 09:55 AM   |  A+A-

A daily wage labourer was arrested on Saturday for allegedly molesting a three-and-a-half-year old girl after luring her with a piece of chocolate on Friday at Hennur.

Vikas Bharman (26), a native of West Bengal, spotted the girl when she had gone out to play near the Prakruthi Apartment complex where her father worked as a security guard. According to police, he attempted to molest the girl on Friday when her mother had gone to work as a domestic help. When her mother returned in the evening and saw Bharman lift the child up and attempt to kiss her, she became suspicious.

Her parents filed a police complaint after the child narrated the incident to them.

Following the complaint, the Hennur police arrested Bharman and sent the girl for medical examination.

Kudligi MLA

Remanded till Oct 11

A special CBI court on Saturday remanded Kudligi MLA B Nagendra to police custody till October 11. Nagendra was arrested on Thursday evening in connection with his alleged involvement in the illegal export of iron ore from Belekeri port.

The CBI had filed an application seeking custody of Nagendra for interrogation.

Former circle inspector Ramakanth Hullur was also remanded to police custody till Tuesday.

Meanwhile, the CBI special court adjourned to Monday orders on the anticipatory bail application filed by Hospet MLA Anand Singh.

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