An Indian origin British hockey player who levels charges of sexual abuse and duping against Indian hockey team captain, Sardar Singh now has filed a complaint in the national capital. The lady had first leveled the charges earlier this year in his hometown and with the help of Delhi Commission for Woman she has now filed a complaint in Chanakyapuri Police Station in Delhi.
A British national has registered a complaint against Indian hockey captain Sardar Singh at a south Delhi police station, alleging rape, physical abuse and criminal intimidation.
The complaint was lodged after Delhi Commission for Women (DCW) chairperson Swati Maliwal went to the Chanakyapuri police station with the woman on Wednesday.
The woman had approached the DCW a few days back, and the commission recommended immediate registration of an FIR against Singh. In her complaint, the British national alleged that she was physically assaulted by Singh to the extent where he tried to push her from the top floor of a five star hotel in Delhi. She also alleged that she was raped by him.
According to the woman, she first met Singh when she was 17 years old. He proposed to her and they got engaged.
“On the pretext of marriage he developed physical relationship with me. After some time, Singh started beating me regularly and forced me to have physical relations with him,” she said in the complaint.