An IIT jodhpur professor from the Mathematics department of IIT jodhpur was arrested in sector 16A of Noida after he was found guilty of raping a former student. The professor who had committed the crime was a 40 year old named Vivek Vijaywargya, an assistant professor from Maths department at IIT jodhpur.
The professor reportedly knew the victim for more than ten years and he had reportedly invited the woman to his guest house located in Noida telling that he'll help her get a job. The woman has believed his words and went to his guest house taking her resume and documents, but turned suspicious after the professor asked how she can afford to pay to get a job.
As he made advance, he attacked her and later security guards saw her
crying and she informed she was raped and then a police complaint was
filed and the professor was arrested.
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