Bulli Bai Creator Arrested: Delhi Police As Mumbai Cops Arrest ‘Mastermind’

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Bulli Bai row surfaced on January 1 as a number of Muslim girls discovered themselves listed for ‘public sale’.

New Delhi:

The principle conspirator within the Bulli Bai case during which Muslim girls have been put up on a web-based ‘public sale’ has been arrested from Assam, Delhi Police stated in the present day.

“Neeraj Bishnoi, arrested from Assam by Delhi Police Particular Cell’s IFSO workforce, is the principle conspirator and creator of ‘Bulli Bai’ on GitHub and the principle Twitter account holder of the app,” Okay P S Malhotra, Deputy Commissioner of Police, Intelligence Fusion and Strategic Operations (IFSO) unit, informed the media.

Police sources stated 21-year-old Bishnoi is a second-year engineering pupil at a Bhopal-based institute. He was arrested from his hometown in Assam’s Jorhat and will probably be delivered to Delhi this afternoon, the supply stated.

That is the fourth arrest within the case that had sparked an uproar after distinguished Muslim girls journalists, attorneys and activists identified to be vocal on social and political points have been focused within the disgusting ‘public sale’. As a part of the ‘public sale’, doctored images of the targets, who spanned age teams, have been put up on social media networks.

The sooner three arrests have been made by the cyber cell of Mumbai Police. 21-year-old pupil Mayank Rawal, 19-year-old Shweta Singh and engineering pupil Vishal Kumar Jha have been arrested earlier. Mumbai Police has stated Shweta Singh is the mastermind within the case.

The controversy surfaced on January 1 as a number of Muslim girls discovered themselves listed for ‘public sale’.

The egregious app seemed to be a clone of ‘Sulli Offers’, which had triggered a row final 12 months by providing customers a ‘sulli’ – an insulting time period utilized by right-wing trolls for Muslim girls. That was hosted by the identical platform, GitHub.

A number of Opposition leaders, together with Congress’ Rahul Gandhi and Shiv Sena MP Priyanka Chaturvedi, had urged the federal government to crack down on the platform and produce these behind it to justice.

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