Pak high commission raises with MEA teenage girl 'molestation' case

  • HT Correspondent, Hindustan Times, New Delhi
  • Updated: Mar 31, 2015 21:15 IST

The Pakistan high commission has raised with the external affairs ministry reports of a Pakistani teenager girl being molested by an official of Foreigner Regional Registration Offices (FRRO) in Pune and demanded action against the accused.

The high commission, in a note to the ministry, conveyed its "concern over the incident of molestation with a minor Pakistani girl and urges the Indian authorities to take necessary action with regard to bringing the culprits to justice as well as for providing relief and redressal to the affected Pakistani citizen".

It also asked the ministry to share with it the contacts of the girl, findings of the investigation and action taken against the accused.

According to reports, the official attached to the Pakistan desk of the Foreigners Registration Office, visited the 13-year-old girl's house on March 24 on the pretext of verifying documents and allegedly molested her.

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