Noida Woman Who Accused Delivery Agent of Rape Bid After Hypnotising Her Wants to Withdraw Case
The delivery agent had reached the woman's house to pick up a product she had ordered from Amazon for replacement when the alleged incident took place on Monday morning.
Noida (UP): A 30-year-old delivery agent linked to an e-commerce firm was booked by police here after a city-based customer accused him of an attempt to rape, officials said on Thursday.
The agent had reached the woman's house to pick up a product she had ordered from Amazon for replacement when the alleged incident took place on Monday morning, they said.
An argument had broken out between the man and the woman, who works in a private firm, over the replacement after which he allegedly tried to outrage her modesty, a senior official said.
However, the woman has not turned up to record her statement although she was asked twice on Thursday to reach the police station concerned, said Noida Superintendent of Police Vineet Jaiswal.
"Now she has told the police that she wants to withdraw the case, saying the complaint was made by her sister and not her. She did not reach the police station to record her statement also," he said.
Jaiswal said the accused delivery agent reached the police station when he was summoned.
"He was questioned and left because there is no evidence against him. Moreover, he had been there twice to collect the product and the woman also spoke to the customer care of Amazon to get the issue resolved, which quite does not add up in the case," the SP said.
A probe is on as an FIR has been registered, he added.
Amazon India said it was aware of the matter and has taken up the issue with its logistic partners. "Safety is of utmost importance to us and these allegations are troubling. We are taking immediate actions with our delivery service provider and police as they investigate the case," said a company spokesperson.
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