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Twitterati outraged by Muslim women harassed online


Muslim women are reportedly targeted and harassed by unidentified groups on the internet where their photos are uploaded and auctioned online.

Photos of women have been uploaded to an app called GitHub named “Bulli Bai” on January 1, 2022. After the news went viral, Delhi police opened an investigation.

In addition to the National Capital Police, Mumbai Police also learned of the case. Mumbai Cyber ​​Police, who have also launched an investigation, said the “Bulli Bai” app worked the same as “Sulli Deals” which went live in July of last year.

Upon opening the app, a random Muslim woman‘s face is displayed as “Bulli Bai,” some social media uses have reported.

Two FIRs were filed by police in Delhi and Uttar Pradesh in the ‘Sulli Deals’ controversy last year after photos of Muslim women were misused, but no concrete action has yet been taken. taken against the authors.

Ashwini Vaishnaw, Union Minister of Railways, Communications, Electronics and Information Technology, informed on Saturday that the user has been blocked by GitHub and that police and authorities are coordinating to take action. new measures against the perpetrators.

Here’s how people reacted to the Twitter issue that led to the Twitter trends #SulliOffers and #BulliDeals.

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