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Bulli Bai App: 3 Arrests Embody 2 College students And 1 Teen Woman

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


An 18-year-old woman and two younger college students have been arrested over the “Bulli Bai” app that shared photos of Muslim girls, together with well-known faces, for a web-based “public sale”. A 21-year-old from Uttarakhand is the most recent to be arrested, a day after Class 12 pupil Shweta Singh was caught within the case involving hate directed at Muslims.

Mayank Rawal was caught within the early hours of Wednesday. A second 12 months engineering pupil from Bengaluru, Vishal Kumar Jha, was arrested earlier.

“Three individuals have been arrested for the ‘Bulli Bai’ app and Twitter deal with. We’re in search of extra individuals concerned,” Mumbai Police Commissioner Hemant Nagrale advised reporters.

The youngest of them, Shweta Singh, was allegedly the mind behind the app. {The teenager}, additionally from Uttarakhand, managed ‘Bulli Bai’ and three extra apps, investigations reveal.

She did it for cash, in keeping with the Uttarakhand police say. Her father died of Covid and her mom had died earlier.

“The lady who was arrested from Uttarakhand’s Rudrapur within the ‘Bulli Bai’ app case belongs to a poor household and her father is just not alive. It appears she acquired concerned in such actions for cash,” mentioned Uttarakhand police chief Ashok Kumar.

The app was allegedly arrange on December 31.

The Mumbai Police began an investigation three days later after receiving a grievance that doctored images of a whole bunch of Muslim girls had been uploaded for an ‘public sale’ on an app hosted on the open-source software program platform GitHub.

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

The same app and web site known as ‘Sulli Offers’ had surfaced earlier this 12 months and had sparked huge outrage.

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

“The mentioned ‘github’ is violent, threatening and aspiring to create a sense of concern and disgrace in my thoughts, in addition to within the minds of girls normally, and the Muslim group whose girls are being concentrating on on this hateful method,” mentioned the grievance.

There was no precise ‘public sale’ or ‘sale’ however the function of the app gave the impression to be to humiliate and intimidate girls, a lot of them energetic on social media.

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

“The app had 5 followers. We began investigating all of them. We got here to know who had been the operators. Footage of well-known girls had been loaded together with objectionable messages,” Mr Nagrale mentioned.



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