Bengaluru: In a relief for Indian cricketer Amit Mishra, the woman who had filed a police complaint against him for an alleged assault, has decided to withdraw the case.
"Two days after lodging the complaint, I approached the police station and told them that I have in principle decided to withdraw the case," the complainant told PTI here.
"I am waiting for Mishra to appear in the police station. We both will amicably withdraw the case. We were friends. We fought, and continue to remain friends here after," she said.
Mishra was in Bengaluru last month for India's pre-tour training camp when he had met the woman.
The police had asked Mishra to appear before them in a week's time. Mishra was booked under the Indian Penal Code sections 354 (assault or criminal force to woman with intent to outrage her modesty) and 328 (causing hurt with intent to commit an offence).
She clarified that that she has not taken the step under pressure.
"There was no pressure from any quarters, including the BCCI. I am surprised how the media picked up the case, which I have decided to withdraw," she said.