Maharani Women’s College hostel trauma ends, pervert arrested by Bengaluru police

Bengaluru: The Extreme Grounds police on Wednesday arrested the one who had entered the Maharani Girls’s Faculty Hostel carrying ladies’s undergarments and stealing them from the laundry half.

The 37-year-old Abu Taleem is from Kishanganj district in Bihar. He labored as a safe hand on the Bangalore Turf Membership and stayed in a shed on the Turf Membership premises, from the place he was picked up by the police on Wednesday.

The police talked about that they acknowledged Taleem from the footage recorded throughout the hostel CCTV digital digital camera. “We suspected that the accused could be an employee of the Turf Club as he entered the hostel by jumping over the wall from the club side. We rounded up around 50 people. The hostel security guard and warden, who had seen him, picked out the culprit from among the suspects,” the police talked about.

Suspect Abu Taleem is seen wearing women’s underwear in a CCTV grab from the premises of the Maharani Women’s College Hostel in Bengaluru 	— via WebSuspect Abu Taleem is seen carrying ladies’s underwear in a CCTV seize from the premises of the Maharani Girls’s Faculty Hostel in Bengaluru — by way of Web

As well as they recovered two pairs of undergarments from his shed. By means of the interrogation, Abu reportedly suggested the police that he was fascinated by ladies's clothes and had developed an intimacy with transgenders.

He moreover suggested the police that he snuck into the hostel recurrently over the previous 5 years. "We are trying to find proof of his earlier entry," the police talked about.

By means of the interrogation, Abu initially refused to take the blame, saying he was with sleepwalking and was not aware of his private actions in that state. “He might be suffering from some mental illness. We will look into it,” the police talked about.

Police ignored criticism earlier
The criticism of an individual loitering spherical half-naked on the hostel premises was filed by hostel warden Sumitra Devi in September 2016, nonetheless the police did not take it up severely. The police talked about that they’d been busy imposing regulation and order for the time being as a result of the Cauvery water sharing problem had erupted.

The case obtained momentum solely after members of the Dwelling Committee on Stopping Sexual Assault in direction of Girls and Children, headed by MLC V.S. Ugrappa, visited the hostel and glided by the CCTV footage that confirmed the particular person strolling throughout the hostel campus in ladies's underwear.