Delhi Police urges US woman to file complaint against Uber driver
Delhi Police has approached the US-based woman to file a complaint for the alleged indecent behaviour of Shiv Kumar Yadav, the accused in the Uber rape case, on November 26 when she had taken his cab during her India visit.
New Delhi: Delhi Police has approached the US-based woman to file a complaint for the alleged indecent behaviour of Shiv Kumar Yadav, the accused in the Uber rape case, on November 26 when she had taken his cab during her India visit.
The force has also urged people to come forward if they have any complaint against the accused driver of any kind.
Nidhi Shah, who was in India for a week during that period, has in a series of tweets yesterday said that during her trip in his cab, Shiv Kumar Yadav had stared at her through the rear view mirror and smiled in a wierd way.
Police contacted her on Twitter and said that she can lodge complaint with them in this connection. However, till late evening, she has not responded to the tweet.
"@nps2113 If you wish to lodge a police complaint against Shiv Kmr Yadav for his indecent act please feel free to contact us," a senior official said in a tweet to Shah.
He also said that she can file a complain through email if she wants.
Shah had also said that she had made a complaint to Uber about this behaviour of their driver.
"They said via email they would check on him. Not soon enough," she said in a tweet.
There has been massive uproar on the internet over the issue since the incident.
Delhi Police has already filed an FIR against Uber charging it with cheating its customers and defying government orders, has been questioning senior Uber officials for the last three days.
The company was banned from operating in the city by Delhi government on Monday.
Shiv Kumar Yadav, who was driving the uber cab, had allegedly raped the woman on Friday night when the victim, who works for a finance company in Gurgaon, was headed back to her home in north Delhi's Inderlok area.