Bulli Bai App: 3 Arrests Include 2 Students And 1 Teen Girl


The app was referred to as ‘Bulli Bai’, a derogatory time period to explain Muslim ladies. (Representational)


Two college students and an 18-year-old woman have been arrested over the “Bulli Bai” app that shared photos of Muslim ladies for an “public sale”. A 21-year-old from Uttarakhand is the newest to be arrested by the Mumbai police.

Mayank Rawal, a scholar, was caught within the early hours of Wednesday, the official stated. An engineering scholar from Bengaluru, Vishal Kumar Jha, was arrested earlier.

Police say the mind behind the egregious app is teenager Shweta Singh, additionally from Uttarakhand.

Shweta Singh managed ‘Bulli Bai’ and three extra apps, investigations reveal. Her father reportedly died of Covid. She is believed to be from a poor household.

“The girl who was arrested from Uttarakhand’s Rudrapur within the ‘Bulli Bai’ app case belongs to a poor household and her father isn’t alive. It appears she bought concerned in such actions for cash,” stated Uttarakhand police chief Ashok Kumar.

A First Info Report (FIR) was first registered following complaints that doctored images of a whole lot of Muslim ladies had been uploaded for an ‘public sale’ on an app hosted on the open-source software program platform GitHub.

The app was referred to as ‘Bulli Bai’, a derogatory time period to explain Muslim ladies.

An identical app and web site referred to as ‘Sulli Offers’ had surfaced earlier this yr and had sparked huge outrage.

Ismat Ara, a journalist focused by the Bulli Bai app, stated in her police grievance on Sunday that it was an try to harass Muslim ladies.

“The stated ‘github’ is violent, threatening and meaning to create a sense of concern and disgrace in my thoughts, in addition to within the minds of ladies basically, and the Muslim neighborhood whose ladies are being focusing on on this hateful method,” stated the grievance.

There was no precise ‘public sale’ or ‘sale’ however the objective of the app appeared to be to humiliate and intimidate ladies, lots of them lively on social media.

Police say the accused initially used bots to submit content material. Later, they switched to their authentic accounts.


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