- Moussa did the wrong thing at the age of 13
- RBI officer filed a case
- Case transferred from Delhi to Lucknow
Me Too: A woman officer posted at the RBI Headquarters in Delhi has filed a case of molestation against her uncle under MeToo. The woman had lodged this case in Delhi’s Punjabi Bagh. However, the case has now been transferred to Ghazipur police station in Lucknow. It is being said that the woman is a resident of Lucknow and her aunt is also from there. The police have recorded the statement of both the accused and the victim in this case and are taking further action.
Did wrong thing at the age of 13
The woman says that when she was young and used to go to Nani’s house on holidays, the accused Moussa used to do obscene acts with her. The lady officer says that when she complained to her aunt at that age, she scolded her and drove her away. While the family members of the woman also did not listen to her. When she grew up a bit and talked about going to the police, the family members stopped her.
Disturbed by the obscene message of warts filed a case
The officer woman says that she had forgotten this and was living her life in peace. But now the accused wart is harassing her by sending obscene messages for a few days. She got so upset with these messages that she had to file a case with the police. The woman had filed a case in Punjabi Bagh on 9 April. But now this case has been transferred to Lucknow.
what is meetu
MeToo was first used on social media by American social activist Tarana Burke in 2016 on a social media platform called MySpace. He used this #MeToo hashtag to tell the story of the sexual assault of apartheid women. According to Tarana Burke, the word came to her mind when she was told by a 13-year-old girl that she too had been sexually assaulted.
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