Rajesh Hiwase, the bank manager of the Datala branch of Central Bank of India, sought the woman’s contact details for processing loan after which he called her up and allegedly used obscene language and demanded sexual favours.
According to the complaint, filed by Sweety Patel, the accused, Bhupat Dudhat allegedly demanded that a carton of liquor be supplied to him every month, in return for allowing her to continue her ‘illegal liquor business’.
The accused, identified as Abhinath Mistry, a Bangladeshi resident, was reportedly arrested on the basis of a complaint filed at Regent Park police station under the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences (POCSO) Act.
After the request was granted, summons were issued through WhatsApp on the cellphone number and a photocopy with double tick mark of Whatsapp message was submitted to the court by complainant’s lawyer.
The state government, which is now closely watching the deaths have noted the accidental death reports of four incidents at the beginning of the offseason (May 31 to September 30) when the annual ban stands imposed across water dips.