Company director, employees booked for `raping` lady colleague in Gurgaon
Gurgaon: After receiving a zero FIR from their counterpart in Delhi, Gurgaon Police lodged an FIR against the director of a company and his colleagues for allegedly raping a 32-year-old employee, a source said day.
Police booked Aon Hewitt`s director and other employees as per the woman`s complaint with Delhi`s RK Puram Police Station, SHO of Sushant Lok Police Station which lodged the FIR under sections 376, 354 and 34 of the IPC, said.
The woman, posted at Aon Hewitt`s Noida Office, in her complaint alleged that the director often called her inside his cabin in the Gurgaon office and "indulged in activities which can be defined as rape according to new legislation", the SHO said.
However, she did not mention the dates on which those incidents had happened, the officer said, adding, that though nobody was arrested in this connection, police were looking into the matter.
Meanwhile, the company has issued a statement saying, that the woman was terminated from employment last month.
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