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Urging victims to come forward “As promised, we have found credible evidence, repeat credible evidence, in a case of wrongful confinement, molestation and attempt to rob,” he wrote on Twitter.
“We have taken action by registering a FIR (First Incident Report). Police is working …though silently (sic)." His post seemed to signal a change attitude as Commissioner Sood initially suggested that journalists were concocting or exaggerating the story.
"There were a number of girls there who were in a similar situation. There was no cheer; women were either worried or scared. I wish the police had managed the situation better." Another woman, who gave her name as Pooja, who told the BBC: “People were pushing and shoving, touching, grabbing, groping and everything was happening on that street.
At least six people have been arrested over the sexual molestation of women during New Year's Eve celebrations in the Indian city of Bangalore.
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Police initially played down reports of sex attacks, saying they had received no official complaints.He said: "The media is making it look like molestation was taking place by blurring the faces (of the crowd) but no such thing was happening." This was despite numerous pictures of distraught women rushing out of crowds and seeking help from police appearing on both local and social media shortly after the attacks in the city, which is the capital of India’s southern Karnataka state.Local newspaper, the described it as a "brazen, mass molestation of women".‘The image of the city has been tarnished,’ Mathews Philip, an executive director for the South Indian Cell for Human Rights Education and Monitoring (SICHREM) said.Bangalore mass molestation: The incident, which occurred around 2.30am on Sunday, was recorded by a CCTV camera installed at a house near the Kammanahalli 5th Main Road in east Bengaluru.