The child identified the trustee from the school's website which had his photo. (Representational)
The MIDC police arrested the 57-year-old trustee and co-founder of a reputed Andheri school yesterday for allegedly sexually assaulting a three-year-old student.
While online sexual harassers believe they can get away with their perverse activities, this case proves they are as likely to be brought to punishment. Harsh Trivedi, 23, a computer graphics student from Gujarat was arrested on Tuesday, after being booked under the stringent POCSO Act, for allegedly sending porn clips to a 15-year-old girl, who resides in Andheri, on Instagram. Trivedi had sent a follow request on to the girl, a first-year student, on the social media site.
Just a day after arresting five bouncers involved in the murder of a 26-year-old man that took place at the Royal Smoke Hookah Parlour in Goregaon on Sunday, the police identified all the accused involved in the crime. However, they are yet to trace one of the culprits, Swami Jawle, who is the son of a college professor. Criminal mindsAccording to sources, three of the 15 people involved in the brawl, have criminal records. Cases of physical assault and attempt to murder are pending against them.
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