Delhi police probes spycam in call centre’s ladies toilet
New Delhi: Police today began probing a
complaint filed by a group of women call centre employees in
north-west Delhi that they have found a spy-camera in the
ladies` lavatory in the office.
The incident took place in an international call
centre four days ago but the complaint to police was made
today, a senior police official said.
According to the complaint, some woman employee found
the spy-camera in a packet of freshener, which was hanging in
the ladies restroom in the office four days.
"When one of the women entered the lavatory they saw
something blinking in the odonil packet. On closer scrutiny,
she found out that it was a camera and informed the company
management," the official said.
According to L Lamak Maram, President of Naga students
Union who is helping the victims, the women employees
confronted the company management demanding that they be shown
The company assured they will look into the matter, he
claimed and added that they told the employees that a helper
in the organisation was responsible for the installation of
A case has been registered and further investigations
are on, police said.
The company has about 120 employees and 60 per cent of
them are from the North-East states.
"It is very demeaning and we don`t know for how long
this has been going on. Some people have seen the footage,
which has blurred images of women," an employee said.
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