mysuru: hostel manager detained for abusing underage detainees | Mysore News

Mysuru: A head of an all-girls facility was arrested for abusing underage female inmates in Mysuru.
Girish, the manager, has been on the run since the complaint was filed by one of the victims a week ago, police said. He was convicted under various provisions of the ICC and the Protection of Children from Sexual Offenses Act. Police arrested him recently and took him into custody in court, officers said.
Hebbal police said two underage girls, who were boarders at the hostel, filed a complaint against the manager.
Burned cars in the morning
Two cars parked in front of Raghavendra Nagar’s house were set on fire by a miscreant in the early hours of Tuesday. The whole incident was recorded on CCTV. The police took up an arson case and carried out an investigation to arrest the accused.
The cars belonged to Surendra, a resident of Raghavendra Nagar. The police are investigating whether the owner of the car had any enmity with anyone. In the CCTV footage, a miscreant pours fuel on cars and then sets them on fire. Vehicles burn to ashes in no time. The incident reportedly happened around 1:50 a.m. Tuesday. Nazarbad police are investigating.
Girls rescued from a prostitution ring
Vijayanagar police arrested the manager of a massage parlor and rescued four girls from a prostitution ring in Mysuru.
Acting on a tip, the police team raided the top floor lounge of a hotel in Jayalakshmipuram and arrested the manager. Girls from poor families were pushed into the ring, police said, adding that they came from places near Mysuru. The defendants are on the run.

Linda G. Ibarra