Sulli Deals Case: The Cyber Cell of Delhi Police has registered an FIR for posting pictures of Muslim women on the Sully Deals app. In fact, an app named SULLI DEALS was created with the help of hosting platform GitHub by taking photos of Muslim women from different social media sites. It is alleged that there was talk of auction of Muslim women by putting photos of them. Actually the word sulli is considered wrong in Muslim society. This matter came to the notice of the Commission for Women when people started writing about it on Twitter.
On Thursday, Delhi Commission for Women Chairperson Swati Maliwal herself met the Commissioner of Delhi Police Balaji Srivastava regarding this matter. Swati Maliwal told ABP News, “We noticed that there is a website called Sulli App. On that website Muslim girls were being sold. By stealing their photos, it is being said in a different dirty way. Was that which Muslim girl wanted deal of the day. This is very wrong and it will not be tolerated in any way and hence Delhi Commission for Women yesterday issued notice to Delhi Police that why FIR has not been registered on this yet. Yes, why action has not been taken? Complete action should be taken on this and today it is being told that an FIR has been registered by the Cyber Cell of Delhi Police and action is being taken on it. I want whatever such action is taken. There are people, they need to be arrested and given the harshest punishment because this will not be tolerated in the country in India.”
The police has done this FIR on a complaint received on the National Cyber Crime Reporting Portal. This information was given by Delhi Police PRO Chinmoy Biswal. He told that an FIR has been registered on the complaint. The cyber cell has registered a case under Section 354-A of the IPC on July 7 and the matter is being investigated. So far it is not clear who finally put these pictures on the Sulli app. When people started reacting to it on Twitter, it came to know about this matter.
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