Youth booked for sexually harassing, stalking girl

Youth booked for sexually harassing, stalking girl

Tribune News Service

Amritsar, January 18

The Tarsikka police have booked a youth for allegedly stalking and sexually harassing a girl.

He was identified as Sarabjit Singh of Chak Sikander village in Tarn Taran area. The police have registered a case against him while no arrest has been made till now.

The victim sated to the police that she had met the accused around three years ago at Hazoor Sahib. She said he tried to make advances towards her which she had refused. She said Sarabjit’s cousin was married in her village and he started visiting her regularly. She said he somehow got her mobile number and started chatting with her. She said he developed an affair with her and during this he clicked several pictures with her.

She said around six months ago she broke relationship with him. However, the accused continue to stalk and harass her but she did not tell anyone about this. She alleged the accused also threatened her of dire consequences. She said in the meanwhile she got engaged with a boy and her marriage was fixed for January 26. She alleged the accused forwarded her pictures with him to her fiancé following which her marriage broke.

The police have registered a case under Sections 354-A, 354-D and 506 of the IPC against Sarabjit Singh and raids were on to nab him, said the police authorities.

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