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Officer at Goa naval base booked for molestation


Officer at Goa naval base booked for molestation

Goa police on Wednesday booked a naval officer posted at the INS Hansa naval base for allegedly molesting his domestic help.

Police said a case was filed on Wednesday at the South Goa Vasco police station against Commodore Mankadan Nambiar, second-in-command at the INS Hansa naval base, based on the complaint of his maid.

The incident took place at his residence on Tuesday evening, the victim alleged in the complaint.

However, the officer has filed for anticipatory bail, an official spokesperson said. (ANI)

(This story has not been edited by Devdiscourse staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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