Indian cricketer Amit Mishra accused of assaulting Bengaluru woman

Indian leg-spinner Amit Mishra has been accused of allegedly assaulting a woman in Bengaluru.

Indian cricketer Amit Mishra accused of assaulting Bengaluru woman

New Delhi: Indian leg-spinner Amit Mishra has been accused of allegedly assaulting a woman in Bengaluru.

Bengaluru Police has summoned Mishra and has directed him to appear within seven days regarding the case. A complaint was registered in Ashok Nagar Police Station, Bengaluru.

"We have shot off a notice, summoning India cricketer Amit Mishra for allegedly sexually assaulting a woman in the city last month," Deputy Commissioner of Police, Central, Sandeep Patil told PTI.

"The woman in her complaint had alleged that she was sexually assaulted after she had visited the cricketer's room," the DCP said.

The tweaker was in the city last month for training when he had met the woman, Patil said.

It is learnt that the incident took place in September in Bengaluru.

Mishra is a part of the Indian team which is playing the Mahatma Gandhi-Nelson Mandela series against South Africa on their home soil.

 

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