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Delhi Man Booked For stalking IAS Officer

The woman IAS officer is Secretary to the Union Law minister Ravi Shankar Prasad.

A man has been booked for apparently harassing, stalking & threatening to throw acid on a senior woman IAS officer.
A man has been booked for apparently harassing, stalking & threatening to throw acid on a senior woman IAS officer.

New Delhi: A man has been booked for apparently harassing, stalking & threatening to throw acid on a senior woman IAS officer, who is Secretary to the Union Law minister Ravi Shankar Prasad, police said on Friday.

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A complaint, filed by the woman officer at the Chanakyapuri police station here, said that she was being harassed by Manoj Kumar since 2008 when she was posted as District Magistrate in Bihar & continue to send her vulgar messages, offensive e-mails and have made obscene calls when she shifted to the Delhi as Secretary to Prasad in 2014, they said.

A case under Section 354D (stalking) & 506 (criminal intimidation) has been registered against the accused and the investigation is underway, a senior police officer said.

The complainant had alleged that the accused has started harassing her when she was posted in Bihar & she had also got a case registered against him there.

Later, when she shifted to Delhi, the accused again allegedly continued to harass her and even threatened to throw the acid on her and physically attack her and her three-year-old daughter, police said. North Block office when

The complainant also alleged that an accused used to call her many times at her she joined Ministry of Finance.

The accused also allegedly filed the complaint against the woman officer claiming to be her husband & accusing her of harassment, she said in her complaint to the police.

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