Eve-teasers Pelt Stones at Girl’s House

Published: 19th August 2014 06:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 19th August 2014 04:37 AM   |  A+A-

BANGALORE: Three eve-teasers pelted stones at a PU student’s Sarjapur house in broad daylight on Sunday after she complained to the  college principal about them.

Raju.jpgWhile Raju (23), an employee in a private firm, is in custody, two others — Suneel (24) and Fakir (21) — are still at large. The second PU student of a private college in Hebbagodi had complained to her principal about the three youths harassing her outside the college for the past one month. The principal summoned the girl’s parents and informed them about the incidents.

On Friday, the girl’s parents confronted the parents of the three youths and asked them to warn their sons to stay away from her. Following this, the trio got a mouthful from their parents. “They were asked to behave properly and this upset them,” police said. According to the girl, Suneel was the most troublesome.

The youths reached the girl’s house in Sollepur around 3.30 pm on Sunday. Noticing that she was home, they started abusing her and her family. The girl’s father threatened to call the police but the boys pelted stones at them and broke window panes, an officer said.

Hearing the commotion, neighbours alerted the police and the girl’s father filed a complaint. It is said that Sarjapur police dismissed the incident when it was first reported and swung into action only after a senior police officer intervened. 


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