TRS leader Madhu Yadav would come drunk and sexually abuse my sister: Witness

By Newsmeter Network  Published on  30 Sep 2020 3:34 AM GMT
TRS leader Madhu Yadav would come drunk and sexually abuse my sister: Witness

Hyderabad: Telangana Home Minister has directed Cyberabad police commissioner VC Sajjanar to expedite the investigation into the suspicious death of a domestic help after she was allegedly sexually harassed by TRS leader Madhu Yadav at his Himayath Nagar residence.

Madhu Yadav has been sent to Cherlapally Central Prison on a 14-day judicial remand. A notorious history-sheeter of Moinabad, he was previously involved in land grabbing, criminal trespassing, assault, and criminal intimidation.

Madhu Yadav, who has two children, had been putting up in the G+2 Duplex house at Himayath Nagar.

The victim and her sister had been working as a domestic help at Madhu’s home for the past four years. The sister, in her complaint to the police, said they lost their mother in their childhood and their father had remarried. And for the last five years, the two sisters have been working for Madhu Yadhav.

Investigation revealed that for the last one year he has been sexually harassing the girl.

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The victim’s sister told the police that he would come home drunk and take her sister into his room frequently. On that fateful night, he took the victim into the room and asked the younger girl to go to sleep. " He came home drunk and woke up my sister, he took her to the second floor like always. When I followed them, Yadhav said I have work with your sister not you, go and sleep", the victim's sister told the cops.

When the girl woke up at 4 am, she found her sister hanging in Madhu’s private room. " I found a bucket in the room, Yadhav asked me to lie to the cops saying she died by suicide", the witness added.

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The accused told the victim’s sister to tell the police that her elder sister was suffering from stomach ache and unable to bear the pain, she had killed herself.

Telangana Home Minister on Tuesday reviewed the case with Commissioner of Police V C Sajjanar, DCP Shamshabad N Prakash Reddy and ACP Rajendra Nagar Ashok Chakravarthy. He said the case should be investigated thoroughly since the victim belonged to a vulnerable group.

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