Assam woman

1. A woman from Assam was hospitalized in Delhi after being deceived by a job offer.
2. Ajit allegedly offered her a housemaid job in Delhi, leading to her travel to the city.
3. Upon arrival, she was taken to a residence and allegedly subjected to harassment and assault.

Delhi, May 22: A woman from Assam found herself hospitalized in the national capital after falling victim to a deceitful job offer, allegedly resulting in physical assault.

Reports indicate that a man named Ajit enticed the woman with a job opportunity as a housemaid in Delhi, prompting her to travel to the city.

However, upon arrival, instead of being taken to a legitimate job, she was allegedly taken to a residence where she faced harassment and physical violence.

The victim, hailing from Dhekiajuli in Sonitpur district, was directed to reside in a house where the owner and a tenant were present.

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According to the FIR lodged by the victim, she was accommodated on the third floor of the building where the assault occurred.

Allegedly, the men began taking her pictures and videos, leading to a confrontation when the victim objected. During the altercation, she fell from the third floor, sustaining injuries to her head and hand.

The commotion attracted attention, prompting someone to alert the police. A PCR vehicle promptly responded, rescuing the woman and transporting her to Babu Jagjivan Ram Memorial Hospital (BJRM) for initial treatment.

Subsequently, she was transferred to Lok Nayak Hospital for further medical attention.

Dr. Ghritashri Bhuyan Narula, Coordinator of the Special Police Unit for North East (SPUNER) in New Delhi, confirmed that the police have apprehended the tenant, while the primary accused remains at large.

The incident was reported from Bhalswa Dairy, Outer Delhi Police Station, initiating an investigation.

Police reports indicate that upon resisting, the victim was allegedly pushed from the third floor, resulting in injuries to her left shoulder and head.