HYDERABAD: The vice-principal of a high school allegedly tried to outrage the modesty of a woman, whose children study in the school, at Chandanagar yesterday. The incident came to light today after the woman lodged a complaint with the police.
According to police, the 30-year woman from MIG colony went to Thayal Grammar high School situated in the same locality to talk with the school management about her children’s missing note books.
“When the woman went to the staff room, vice-principal Lateef -ul-Rehman locked the door from inside and misbehaved with her. She tried to rush out of the room but Lateef caught hold of her hand. She raised an alarm and managed to flee from the room,’’ Chandanagar police said. The woman had earlier worked in the same school for two years, police said.
A case under Section 354 (outraging the modesty of a woman) was registered against Lateef and he was taken into custody.
Meanwhile, a 64-year-old person allegedly tried to sexually assault a minor girl at Meerpet today. The 15-year girl is mentally unsound and a beggar who resides on the pavement at Bhoopesh Gupta Nagar under the Meerpet police limits.
“The girl went to a flour mill owned by Satyanarayana to seek alms when the latter caught her by hand and pulled her inside the mill. As Satyanarayana was about to close down the shutters, locals raised an alarm,’’ Meerpet police inspector K Dronacharyulu said. Locals handed over Satyanarayana to the police who registered a case and took him into custody.