House of Molestation Accused Vandalised

Published: 22nd September 2015 04:25 AM  |   Last Updated: 22nd September 2015 04:25 AM   |  A+A-

BENGALURU:  Hundreds of activists from Jaya Bharatha Rakshana Vedike and Shivashakthi Mahila Sangha on Monday barged into the house of a 51-year-old realtor at Bhoopasandra in Sanjaynagar and vandalised his property after he was accused of molesting a 11-year-old girl.

A senior police officer said the child’s mother, who works as a domestic help at Nazir Aziz’s house said in her complaint against him that he had molested her daughter on Thursday.

The help had taken her daughter to Aziz’s house on Kalpana Chawla road on that day when she went for work. She said that while she was busy with the chores, Aziz, took her daughter into the room and molested her.

She alleged that he had made sexual advances upon her too in the past and his wife Mubeena had forced her to cooperate with Aziz.

The victim’s father, who works as a security guard at Aziz’s office, approached the activists with his plaint. The activists gathered in front of Aziz’s house and asked him to come out. When he did not, the angry activists barged into the house and pelted it with stones.

Sanjaynagar police had to step in to control the situation. Based on the complaint by the parents, the police have booked Aziz under the POCSO act.

Meanwhile, Nazir’s wife, Mubeena has filed a counter case against the activists for criminal intimidation and vandalising property.

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