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WARANGAL: Police attached to Kakatiya University police station registered a case against a contract lecturer, Venkat Kanna, working in Department of Public Administration & HRM for alleged misbehaviour with a woman on the campus.
According to Hanamkonda Circle Inspector Shobhan Kumar, following a complaint by a woman, Putta Varalaxmi of Miryalguda in Nalgonda district, the accused misbehaved with her when she approached the School of Distance Learning & Continuing Education (SDLCE) office to enquire about examination centre.
She is working as a post master and is pursuing her degree second year. On Wednesday, she came to the KU campus to enquire about procedure to change her examination centre where she was met by the accused. The accused reportedly promised to do her favour if she listened to him. Enraged at his behaviour, Varalaxmi thrashed him and lodged a complaint with the Controller of Examinations Prof. S .Ram Reddy.
The police registered a case under Section 354 IPC. The accused was yet to be arrested.
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