HYDERABAD: The chairman of a well-known school in Jubilee Hills has been booked for allegedly raping his domestic help in July. The son of the 55-year-old accused has also been booked for allegedly manhandling the woman when she told him about the alleged rape.
The woman had been sent to work at the house of the accused in Banjara Hills by a domestic help service company on June 18, police said.
According to cops, the 22-year-old woman had approached them about three months ago and alleged that the watchman of her employer had manhandled her. However, no case was registered as she later withdrew the complaint.
(The victim’s identity has not been revealed to protect her privacy as per Supreme court directives on cases related to sexual assault)
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