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IIT Delhi employee arrested for illegally recording college girls in dressing room

The help of the CCTV footage allowed for the subsequent capture of the accused, Akash.

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IIT Delhi employee arrested: An disturbing event occurred on Thursday at IIT Delhi, where a non-teaching employee allegedly tried to video college students who were present at a fashion display for different universities.

The claimed IIT employee, going by the name of Akash, used his mobile to shoot footage of the girls changing into new outfits. He positioned the phone in video mode near the bathroom’s second-floor ventilation window.

According to the information that is now available, the victim, a student from Noida who attends a top girls’ college at Delhi University, visited IIT on October 6 to take part in a fashion show. 16 other students and college employees were with her.

She moved to the second-floor restroom in the lecture hall conference building at around 2:30 pm to get dressed. She arrived to discover three of her buddies already there. She went inside the toilet and locked it from the inside after scanning the area for any indicators of suspicion.

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She stumbled across a hole in the bathroom’s back wall, much to her amazement. It was clear from a closer look that someone had placed a phone on the ventilation window to video the females changing. This window had a slight gap in it.

Security staff were informed as a result, and after analysing the CCTV tape, it was found that a male had been seen running from the restroom area where the girls were changing into their costumes.

The help of the CCTV footage allowed for the subsequent capture of the accused, Akash. To determine how many films he might have captured, the authorities have sent the cell phone to a forensic lab.

Akash, meanwhile, has been detained and then committed to judicial detention.

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