Khawaja Vohra accused of sexually abusing driving school students

Vohra is accused of abusing two female students - one teen and one adult. Photo: Loudoun County Sheriff's Office

ASHBURN, Va. (WJLA) - A Loudoun County driving instructor is free on bond after he was charged with sexually abusing two female students earlier this year.

Khawaja Vohra, a 63-year-old Ashburn resident, has been charged with taking indecent liberties with a child and three counts of sexual battery in connection with a pair of incidents that happened in September and October.

Vohra, the owner of AALI Fastrack Driving School in Ashburn, is accused of inappropriately touching and making lewd comments toward the students.

In the first incident, Loudoun County Sheriff's officials say that Vohra touched an 18-year-old during two driving lessons. A month later, authorities say he did the same thing to a teenage girl.

Vohra has been releasd on $25,000 bond and was ordered to stay away from women under 21. He offered no comment when approached at his home, referring questions to his attorney.

Neighbors say that Vohra's home was surrounded by a number of police officers several weeks ago, but they did not know why.