BENGALURU: A 20-year-old employee of an IT organization has been professedly assaulted at blade point by a unidentified man at her paying visitor convenience in Bengaluru, a top police official said.
"The casualty, who hails from Tamil Nadu, was assaulted at blade point in the small hours between 2.30 am and 2.50 am in her paying visitor settlement in Parapanna Agrahara police headquarters limits on August 25 and the case was enlisted on August 27".
The occurrence occurred when the casualty was distant from everyone else as her flat mate needed to go to her night shift obligation in an organization, Boralingaiah said.
The unidentified man advanced into the room effectively as she had left the entryway opened and had gone to rest, he said.
The blamed initially requested gold and after that cash, however not discovering them he assaulted the casualty and got away. Police have made a few groups to chase down the criminal, he included.
Master Committee on Prevention of Sexual Violence against Women and Children Chairman V S Ugrappa visited the casualty and gathered direct data of the claimed wrongdoing.
"I visited the casualty yesterday and gathered data on the wrongdoing. The police have set up groups and in a day or two would catch the guilty party," he said.
Mr Ugrappa said he has proposed to the police to record objections against the paying visitor proprietor and the manufacturer for abetting the wrongdoing.
Mr Ugrappa has composed a letter to Chief Minister Siddaramaiah requesting setting up of an administrative power to control the paying visitor housing which are around 6,000 to 8,000 in Parapanna Agrahara police headquarters limits.
Amid his visit, Mr Ugrappa said he was flabbergasted to discover that there were no authorizations looked for by building proprietors to run paying visitor lodging.
"The structures likewise did not have satisfactory base like lights, CCTV and other security related things," he said.
He additionally recommended that the Chief Minister ought to step to control rent, which is extremely evaluated at Rs. 5,000 to Rs. 5,500 every month.