Food delivery agent beat up on a false complaint of girl child

Food delivery agent beat up on a false complaint of girl child: 8-year-old girl said- He forcefully took her to the terrace; Revealed from CCTV

Jun 17, 2023 - 12:48
Food delivery agent beat up on a false complaint of girl child

A food delivery agent was thrashed by security guards and members of a society in Bangalore. In fact, an 8-year-old girl from the society had accused the agent that he had forcibly taken her to the terrace.
People thrashed the delivery agent a lot after the girl's complaint. But when the CCTV footage was scanned to confirm the girl's complaint, it showed that the girl had gone alone to play on the terrace. He lied to avoid scolding.
This case is from the Electronics City area earlier this week. In the society here, when the girl was not found at home, the parents reached the terrace looking for her. The girl told that the delivery agent had brought her here.
The girl also said that she bit the hand of the delivery agent to escape. Angry parents called the security guards and got the gates of the apartment closed. After this, the girl identified the delivery boy present on the campus and informed the parents.
Neighbors informed the police, but before the police arrived, people thrashed the delivery agent. When the police reached the spot and scanned the CCTV footage, it was found that the girl herself had gone to the terrace. He lied to his parents after they met on the terrace.
When the police asked the girl why she made the false complaint, she told that she had gone to play during class time. He was afraid that his parents would kill him, so he lied.
Talking to the media, the delivery agent said that everyone who was present with the parents of the girl child hit me. Security guards also beat up. I don't know why the girl made a false allegation.
The agent said that I am thankful to the police that they saw the CCTV footage, with the help of which I was proven innocent. My biggest concern is what would I have done if there was no CCTV camera there.

Muskan Kumawat Journalist & Writer