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Mumbai: Navy sailors booked for ‘stalking’ woman

The police booked two Navy sailors for allegedly stalking a woman during a procession on the occasion of Dr B R Ambedkar’s birth anniversary here.

india Updated: Apr 17, 2017 20:03 IST
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The police booked two Navy sailors for allegedly stalking a woman during a procession on the occasion of Dr B R Ambedkar’s birth anniversary in Mumbai.(Twitter Photo)

The police booked two Navy sailors for allegedly stalking a woman during a procession on the occasion of Dr B R Ambedkar’s birth anniversary here.

The two were later released on bail.

The complainant, a 20-year-old woman, alleged that as she was walking in a procession taken out on the occasion of birth anniversary of Dr Ambedkar on April 14 in Colaba area, the accused stared at her and stalked her for some distance.

Sandeep Malik (27) and Ankit Malik (21), class III sailors attached to the Naval Dockyard, Colaba, were booked under section 354-D of IPC (stalking) and arrested.

They were produced in a local court which granted them bail on the same day.