Doctor sexually assaults girls at Hyderabad sports school hostel, suspended
A veterinary doctor, who was appointed as an Officer on Special Duty (OSD), has been suspended for an alleged assault on minor girls in the hostel.
A veterinary doctor, who was appointed as an Officer on Special Duty (OSD) at Hakimpet sports school in Telangana's Hyderabad, allegedly entered the girls' hostel and sexually assaulted several minors.
The doctor has allegedly been sexually assaulting the girls in the hostel for sometime now. However, no police complaint has been lodged over the matter so far.
The doctor was suspended from his post after Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS), leader and former Nizamabad MP, K Kavitha, reacted to the reports, and requested the Sports minister V Srinivas Goud to take stern action against the perpetrator.
Taking to X (formerly Twitter), Kavitha said, "There should be no room for such things in the Telangana government, which is working under the leadership of CM KCR.
"I request minister V Srinivas Goud to take immediate action against the officer who is accused of sexual harassment of the girl, conduct a full-scale investigation into the matter."
Srinivas Goud promised a thorough investigation into the matter.
Responding to BRS leader Kavitha's tweet, Srinivas Goud said, "We will immediately suspend the accused officer. A full-scale investigation will be conducted by the higher authorities on the reports of sexual harassment of girls in Hakimpet Sports School and strict action will be taken against the culprits. We will not ignore the harassment of women in Telangana state. Strict action will be taken against the people who commit such incidents."
According to ACP Petbasheerbagh, no formal complaints regarding the incident have been received so far.