A cabbie has been captured for supposedly assaulting a 23-year-old lady from Punjab in a recreation center close Red Fort in the wake of offering her a lift, said Jagmohan Garg.
Thirty-year-old Chunnu Kumar, who drove a kalli-peeli taxi , called so for its yellow rooftop and dark body, was captured on Tuesday a couple of hours after the lady stopped a grumbling in the most recent occurrence of rape including a taxicab driver.
The lady told police she was taking a prepare to Ludhiana in the wake of going through some days with her relatives in Noida and achieved the New Delhi station on Monday night.
Her prepare was to leave at 4.30am the following day and she was holding up at a stage when Kumar saw her, appointee official of police (north) Jatin Narwal said.
When they got talking, Kumar, an occupant of Shastri Park, misled the lady that her prepare was wiped out. He even took her ticket and returned after some an opportunity to reveal to her that she would need to hold up till 8am to wipe out the ticket, Narwal said.
Kumar offered to drop her to an adjacent transport terminal however drove the auto to the Golden Jubilee Park and supposedly assaulted her.
He at that point dropped the lady at the Old Delhi railroad station and fled.
In spite of the fact that the lady didn’t recollect his name, she could review the taxi’s enlistment number. A police group examined the recording of CCTV cameras at the New Delhi station and distinguished Kumar who was captured on Tuesday evening.
Police were checking on the off chance that he had a criminal record.
Both the Center and Delhi government have thought of rules for security of ladies and taxi administrators however standards keep on being ridiculed.
There have been reports of men with criminal records driving cabs or specialist co-ops neglecting to do a careful personal investigation of the drivers.
Delhi detailed 2,155 instances of assault in 2016, one of the most astounding in the nation, police information appears. This year is by all accounts headed the most recent year’s way. Till August 31, 1,446 instances of assault had been accounted for contrasted with 1,514 for a similar period a year ago.
As per the 2015 National Crime Records Bureau, the city recorded 2,210 assaults contrasted with 712 in Mumbai and 112 in Bengaluru.