Police have registered a case against the accused, Sudhir Kumar (22), and arrested him on charges of sexually harassing two school girls.(AP/File Photo)
Police have registered a case against the accused, Sudhir Kumar (22), and arrested him on charges of sexually harassing two school girls.(AP/File Photo)

Two girls drop out of UP school due to repeated sexual harassment

The girls, who are sisters and students of Class 9, alleged that they were harassed by the accused a number of times on their way home from the school in Simbhalka village in Shamli district.
Press Trust of India, Muzaffarnagar | By HT Correspondent
PUBLISHED ON MAY 06, 2018 11:11 AM IST

Two girls have dropped out of a government-aided school alleging sexual harassment by a youth at a village in Shamli district, police said on Sunday.

The girls, who are sisters and students of Class 9, alleged that they were harassed by the accused a number of times on their way home from the school in Simbhalka village, circle officer Ashok Kumar said.

The parents of the girls, aged 16 and 17, in a complaint filed with police said their daughters stopped going to school a few days ago following repeated incidents of sexual harassment, Kumar said.

Police have registered a case against the accused, Sudhir Kumar (22), and arrested him.

In another incident, a juvenile allegedly tried to rape a two-year-old girl in Jhijhana police station area, according to station house officer (SHO) MS Gill.

The incident occurred on Saturday. The SHO said police have registered a case against the accused and apprehended him.

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