Dhanya Mani asked the PM’s office for help over an alleged assault. She says she did not get any
A former New South Wales Liberal Party staffer who publicly aired allegations of indecent assault against a colleague in 2019 says she reached out to the Prime Minister’s office for help and did not receive any.
- Dhanya Mani, a former Liberal staffer in the NSW Baird government, alleges she was indecently assaulted by a colleague
- After going public in 2019, Ms Mani said she had a phone conversation with the Prime Minister’s principal secretary Yaron Finkelstein, seeking a meeting with Mr Morrison
- She says Mr Finkelstein told her she could write a letter to Mr Morrison as a member of the public
Dhanya Mani was working as a staffer in the Baird government in NSW when she alleges inappropriate conduct occurred.
“In the months at the end of 2014, at the beginning of 2015, I was…