Police constable booked for ‘raping’ woman colleague in UP


Team Udayavani, Dec 27, 2018, 12:07 PM IST

Muzaffarnagar: A police constable has been booked on the charge of raping his woman colleague in Budhana town of the district after promising to marry her, a police official said on Thursday.

SSP Sudhir Kumar said Kesho Sharma, the accused constable posted at Budhana Police Station, was booked on Wednesday and suspended.

According to the police complaint, Sharma established relation with the woman constable by promising to marry her.

Later, he backtracked from the promise and threatened the woman when she pressured him to marry her, the police officer said.

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