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“Want safety, not free rides”: Delhi girl accuses a man of masturbating on her inside Metro station

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"Want safety, not free rides": Delhi girl accuses a man of masturbating on her inside Metro station

A 29-year-old girl has alleged that while she was climbing down an escalator at the Huda City Centre Metro Station complex in Gurugram on Friday June 14, a man masturbated on her and abused her while running away.

The incident happened on June 14 when the woman had visited a friend in Gurugram ans was returning. When she came out of a clothing store on the first floor of the metro station, she started climbing down and realised that a man behind her masturbated on her. “I was shocked, scared and traumatised. I confronted him. He flashed me and said indecent words; I slapped him,” said the victim.

In a series of tweets, the Delhi-based woman further narrated her ordeal where she claimed that neither the onlookers came forward to help her not the the Gurugram police took her complaint seriously.

As said in one of the reports by Hindustan Times, the woman said that later that night, she had approached the Gurugram police through Facebook Messenger, mentioning the incident, but did not receive any response. She then reached out to the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) officials, who called her to look at the CCTV to identify the culprit on Sunday.

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“I identified the culprit in the CCTV footage. I am yet to decide whether to file an FIR as I fear for my safety and fear the consequences,” she said.

“I shouted and called for help, but no one came forward. There were no policemen around. He flashed me again before running away. I ran outside towards a police chowki, but found it closed,” she said. Referring to the Delhi government’s plan of providing free travel to women, the woman said they need security rather than free rides. 

“I slapped him, which means something happened. Wasn’t that enough to ring an alarm? We don’t want free rides. We want safety which every government promises but none has been able to provide us. We fear walking out. Was 9.25 really that late? (sic)” she wrote. 

Gurugram police spokesperson Subhash Boken told that they had asked the woman to file a written complaint.

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