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MU nails sex pest prof, cops ignore plaint

DNMUM405452 | 1/13/2018 | Author : Imran Fazal | WC :375 | Mumbai



Mumbai: An associate professor from the Department of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology has been found guilty by the Women Development Cell (WDC) of sexually harassing a research assistant. The 28-year-old also approached the Crime Against Women (CAW) cell of the Crime Branch, but it handed her the statement copy and told her it was as good as an FIR.
The 28-year-old Kurla resident in her statement to CAW and WDC had alleged that Dr Harries Muthurajan, an associate professor on Jaunary 4, 2016 touched her inappropriately in the Nano Center of the University. Muthurajan has been also accused of making sexually coloured remards and demanding sexual advances from the woman. Moreover, Muthurajan also allegedly told the woman, "we
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