lecturer booked for sexual abuse of students, accused of rape | Bareilly News

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Bareilly: A math teacher in Pilibhit, Uttar Pradesh was jailed on Sunday evening after a 20-year-old student accused him of “directing a sexual racket, exploiting and exploiting female students. having forced them to sleep with him “. The lecturer fled and the police launched a manhunt to arrest him.
The woman, who was reportedly sexually assaulted for months after visiting his home with a friend, wrote in her complaint that the professor “forces students to take psychotropic substances and have sex with him, and sometimes even with others “. She also mentioned the names of other students.
The student met with the Pilibhit SP on Sunday and an FIR was registered under sections 294 of the IPC (obscene acts), 376 (rape) and 506 (criminal intimidation). His statement was recorded at the Kotwali police station under section 161 of the CC. She will be sent for forensic examination on Tuesday and then presented to a magistrate for her declaration under 164 CrPC.
Making serious allegations against her college professor, the woman informed police that he used to call students at his home where he kept obscene literature and sex toys, and made them smoke substances. narcotics. She also alleged that he was on “good terms with the senior management of the college”.
Kotwali Police Station SHO Sadaqat Ali said, “We will contact other college students mentioned in the FIR to collect more evidence. The accused is on the run and we will ask the magistrate’s permission to initiate legal proceedings against him.
SP Dinesh Kumar said: “The allegations were serious and we immediately ordered an FIR. If another student files their complaint, we will certainly include them in the investigation. ”
When contacted, the college principal said: “The student had never filed a complaint against the lecturer. I would have liked her to come see us earlier. We would have taken action. We will talk to other students individually to learn about the conduct of the lecturer. We also wrote to the director to launch a departmental investigation against him. This is the first such complaint against him since he was transferred to Pilibhit. He did not attend classes on Monday.
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