After police were trying to control JNU protestors, somehow a female journalist was sexually molested.
“The complaint states that the SHO backed off, before returning again and placing his hand on her chest”
A group of journalists later created a ruckus outside the police station.
Delhi Police Spokesperson Madhur Verma said, according to News18. “It was a misunderstanding and the incident was unfortunate. The Delhi Police will inquire into the matter.”
Pathak also claimed that the protestors did not have the permission to march till Parliament and that the students had turned violent, broken barricades and assaulted the policemen on duty,” DNA quoted him as saying. “Forty-one personnel were hurt.”
Journalists, however, continue to victimize themselves. Here is a video
After New Delhi being exposed as a haven for false rape cases, we wonder what actually happened. Also, there is no video available for the breast touching. Also, we wonder about how a push in a crowded place amounts to sexual harassment?
As per the reports from PTI,security forces on Monday killed Jaish-e-Mohammed terrorist Mufti Waqas, believed to be the mastermind of last month’s Sunjuwan terror attack.
Jaish-e-Mohammed’s operational commander Waqas, the mastermind of the terror attack on the Sunjawan Army camp in Jammu and the suicide attack on a CRPF camp in South Kashmir’s Lethpora, was killed in the surgical operation.
Waqas’s killing has dented the designs of the JeM as it comes after the elimination of the terror group’s operational commander Noor Mohd Tantrey in the same area on December 17.
According to officials, Waqas, a Pakistani national who had infiltrated into the Kashmir Valley in 2017, was functioning as the operational commander of the terror outfit and had sent ‘fidayeens’ (suicide attackers) from Tral in South Kashmir to Jammu where they had carried out the strike on the Army camp on February 10.
Five Army men, including two junior commissioned officers (JCOs), and the father of a soldier were killed in the attack by the terrorists who struck at the sprawling camp of the 36 Brigade of the Jammu and Kashmir Light Infantry (JKLI).