Delhi: NRI Google techie arrested for molesting U.S. woman

Alicia Farmer
January 13, 2018

Delhi Police has arrested a 22-year-old NRI employed with Google for molesting a 52-year-old U.S. national at Taj Palace Hotel.

Police said the incident took place on January 8 at around 10 pm, when the accused, Anmol Singh Kharbanda, met and struck up a conversation with the 52-year-old woman at the luxury hotel's bar. She said she met the man near the hotel's pool area, and he invited her to his room for a drink.

After the incident, the woman checked out of the hotel and shifted to one in Gurgaon.

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The arrested Google techie has been identified as Anmol Singh Kharbanda. The reader's can rely on the content at their own will. Mid-day accepts no responsibility or liability for its dependability, trustworthiness, reliability, data, text, images, video, messages, or any other material whatsoever or for any claims/loss/action that the reader may suffer as a result of relying on the content on our site.

"Based on her statement, we registered a case of molestation and causing hurt by means of poison at Chanakyapuri police station".

The court remanded him to 14 days' in judicial custody. A spokesperson for Taj Diplomatic Enclave said they have been providing all support to police. "We are aware of this incident". This matter is now under police investigation and the hotel will co-operate with the authorities in every way. "[The] Safety and security of our guests and associates is paramount", the spokesperson said.

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