New Delhi: An immigration officer who allegedly harassed a woman passenger at the Indira Gandhi International Airport here last month by asking her objectionable questions has been arrested by the Delhi Police.
The arrest of the accused, identified as Vinod Kumar, was made on Wednesday night after police recorded the Bengaluru-based victim’s statement before a magistrate, where she reiterated her allegations. Police said Mr. Kumar was later released on bail.
An FIR was registered at IGIA Police Station under Sections 354A, 354D and 506. Mr. Kumar is alleged to have asked the woman some sexually explicit questions while checking her passport and other travel documents.
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