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Banker arrested in Islamabad after being filmed groping woman

He has also been fired

SAMAA | - Posted: Nov 7, 2020 | Last Updated: 1 year ago
Posted: Nov 7, 2020 | Last Updated: 1 year ago

Police in Islamabad arrested on Saturday night a Faysal Bank employee who was caught groping a woman on camera.

The Islamabad operations DIG posted about his arrest on Twitter.

“Police raided his house. The culprit has turned his cell off and his hiding for the last three hours,” Islamabad Deputy Commissioner Hamza Shafqaat said in a tweet.

The bank employee identified as Usman Gohar has also been dismissed from his job by the bank and raids are being conducted to arrest him, he added in another Twitter post.

Faysal Bank confirmed that Gohar had been fired in a tweet.

It denied that he was employed as a branch manager.

The action against the bank employee was taken after a video of him harassing and inappropriately touching a woman inside the bank went viral on social media. People speculated that the woman was also employed at the bank.

People called for him to be fired from the bank.

The Islamabad DC told SAMAA Digital that they are forensically analysing the video to ascertain whether it is recent.

Faysal Bank was in the news recently after it made abayas compulsory for female employees.

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  1. Citizen  November 8, 2020 6:32 am/ Reply

    Corona is spreading very rapidly. Three out of four persons in pension office at WAPDA STAFF COLLEGE, H-8/1, ISLAMABAD got positive. Please protect others by closing this office. As lot of pensioners who are more than 60 visit this office daily. Regards.

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