Hunt on for Stalker who Terrified Girls

Published: 22nd October 2015 05:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 22nd October 2015 05:00 AM   |  A+A-

HYDERABAD: A search is on for an alleged lecherous man who tromp on the feelings of hundreds of women posing as a professor at JNTU, or a top government official, or even an engineer, all to trap young and gullible girls for sexual favours and money. He has distressed over 400 girls and women by pestering them with calls and messages.

Madhu (23), a former assistant manager with Food Corporation of India (FCI),  was tech savvy and used Internet to collect names, phone numbers and other details of girl students who enrolled for competitive exams like LAWCET, ICET etc.

The case gathered attention after Joseph James (31) confessed to police that he had intentionally infected about 300 women with AIDS after he was diagnosed with it.

Madhu used to follow the aspirations of women candidates going by their application for exams. For instance if a woman is yearning for an engineering seat, he would lure her by promising admission in prestigious colleges. This, he assured in return of sexual favours and money.

If the girl declines, he will threaten to ruin her career using his clout in the department. “Claiming that he has friends in high places, the accused threatened girls saying he will cancel her seat allotment,” said a police official.

Two women candidates, who he harassed approached Gandhi Nagar police three days ago. Gandhi Nagar police forwarded the case to Central Crime Station who are in search of the stalker. Two cases have been registered against him by She Teams.

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