The Special Cell Intelligence Fusion and Strategic Operations Unit (IFSO) of the Delhi Police on Thursday arrested the main conspirator in the ‘Bulli Bai App‘ case in Assam.
IFSC Delhi Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP) KPS Malhotra said, “Neeraj Bishnoi, who was arrested by the IFSC team of the Delhi Police Special Cell from Assam, is the main conspirator, creator and main Twitter account of‘ Bully Bai ’on GitHub. Application. He is being brought to Delhi by Neeraj Bishnoi, 20, of Digambar area in Jorhat, Assam. He is a B.Tech student at Vellore Institute of Technology, Bhopal: IFSO
The Bulli Bai case was transferred to the IFSC on Wednesday
Several police stations across the country have received numerous complaints about the list of Muslim women for ‘auction’ on the ‘Bully Boy’ mobile application, harassing them by taking photos without permission. This is the second time this has happened in less than a year. The app looks like a clone of the ‘Sully Deal‘ that launched a similar line last year.
Mumbai police on Wednesday arrested a Bangalore-based engineering student, a young woman from Uttarakhand and her friend in connection with a ‘bulli bai’ app case. Mumbai Police Commissioner Hemant Nagrale said that three persons, including Vishal Kumar Jha and Shweta Singh, have been arrested in the ‘Bully Buy’ app case and the third accused is a white friend.
A Bandra court remanded Vishal Kumar in police custody till January 10 and Shweta Singh is in transit remand. Mumbai police on Monday registered an FIR against unidentified persons for allegedly uploading morphing photos of women for auction in the ‘Bulli Bai‘ application hosted on the GitHub platform.
On Sunday, the West Mumbai Cyber Police Station registered a case against the ‘Bully Boy’ app developers and the Twitter handle promoting the app. Sections 153 (a) (inciting enmity between different groups on the basis of religion, etc.), 153 (b) (allegations, arguments that are detrimental to national unity), 295 (a) (intentional and malicious acts) were prosecuted by unknown offenders.
Below, are electronic forms of the Information Technology Act 354D (intended to offend religious sentiments), 354D (pursuit), 509 (intent to insult a word, gesture or woman’s humiliation), 500 (criminal defamation) and 67 (publishing obscene material) Indian penal code or broadcast) ). After the Delhi and Mumbai police registered an FIR under the relevant sections, Union Electronics and Information Technology Minister Ashwini Vaishnav said in a tweet on Sunday, “The Government of India is working with police agencies in Delhi and Mumbai on this matter.