Coaching institute director arrested on molestation charge
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In yet another instance of crime against women in Haryana, a director of a coaching centre has been arrested on charges of molesting a student and attacking the husband of his colleague. The accused and another Jhajjar resident have been running a residential coaching centre for students aspiring for admission in Sainik Schools. Police sources said that the accused allegedly tried to coerce a 10-year old girl to sleep in a room on Sunday night, after which the student divulged the matter to the institute's co-director. Angry, the accused allegedly tried to manhandle the woman and also threatened to kill her husband. He was produced in a Kosli court on Thursday and remanded in 14-day judicial custody.
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