New Delhi, May 22: In yet another case of online sexual harassment, a woman has accused a senior officer at the National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD) of sending her a lewd message on LinkedIn.
The woman, an environmentalist has shared the inappropriate message on the Facebook.
Reportedly after she complaint about the misdemeanor of the officer to the chairman of the NABARD, accused Jagdish Prasad who is an assistant general manager at Jaipur has apologised.
In his message on professional networking website, NABARD officer initially asked about her experience in the field of rural development and women empowerment. But suddenly, he started enquiring about her marital status, bf and religion. Officer also said that he finds her hot and sexy.
Finding it obnoxious, the woman wrote to the Chairman and asked him to take action against the officer. According to CNN-IBN report, the chairman has assured that an internal inquiry will be done and if found guilty strict action will be taken against erring employee.