Andhra police rescue Meghalaya girl, victim alleges harassment by employer during lockdown period
By migrator | Fri, 10 Apr 2020
Shillong, April 10:
The Andhra Pradesh police yesterday rescued a 21-year-old girl from Meghalaya, who was allegedly harassed by her employer during the lockdown period.
The girl was rescued after a tip off given by the Meghalaya police and KSU New Delhi unit.
The girl was working in the parlour at the Anees Ladies Beauty Parlour, Hair Spa & Solutions. However, the girl had to stay in the house of the owner of the parlour in view of national lockdown.
When contacted, East Khasi Hills SP, Claudia Lyngwa said that the police were informed about this girl by the KSU New Delhi unit.
"The DGP of Meghalaya, R. Chandranathan had contacted the DGP of Andhra Pradesh to brief about this girl. Following this conversation, the Andhra Pradesh police followed up the case and the girl was rescued from the house of the owner of the parlour," Lyngwa said.
The East Khasi Hills said that the girl had complained that she was being harassed by the house owner adding that the girl is now shifted to a reliable women shelter home by the police.