New Delhi: The Saudi Arabian diplomat indicted of raping two Nepali woman left India on Wednesday, an official said.
“We learn that Saudi Embassy First Secretary Mr. Majed Hassan Ashoor, who is allegedly accused of abusing two Nepali maids, has left India. The first secretary being a diplomat is governed by the provisions of the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations,” external affairs ministry spokesperson Vikas Swarup said in a statement.
The diplomat was accused by the two Nepalese women of rape and Gurgaon police had filed a First Information Report in the case.
However, the Vienna Convention provides for diplomatic immunity to serving diplomats and their immediate families.