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Indian Islamic females are again listed in the app’s “Auction”

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After receiving a complaint from a journalist whose name appeared on the app, Delhi police registered the case and began an investigation.

This incident seems to be similar to the “SulliDeals” app that caused anger six months ago. (Getty Images)

Indian authorities have begun investigating apps that have been put up for auction by hundreds of Muslim women, using photos taken without permission from social media accounts.

Delhi police registered the case after receiving a complaint from journalist Ismat Ara. Its name can be found in the BulliBai app.

Journalist and human rights lawyer Mariya Salim also learned on Sunday that her name appeared in the BulliBai app.

Hundreds of images of Muslim women were uploaded to the app on the open software development site GitHub, and users were invited to participate in an “auction.”

read more:Sulli Trading: Sadistic Targeting of Assertive Indian Islamic Females

Continuous targeting

About six months ago, the app caused anger by providing users with the derogatory name “Sulli” used by right-wing social media trolls for Muslim women. It looked like another app called. that day. “

The account has been blocked by GitHub and the Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT), and police authorities are coordinating further actions, Information Technology Minister Ashwini Vaishnaw said on Twitter.

Parliamentarian Priyanka Chaturvedi also raised the issue with the Mumbai police.

Many social media users have expressed their support for women, arguing that the purpose of targeting Muslim women is to cause physical and mental distress. Many claimed that the people behind the app came from a right-wing group.

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Indian Muslim Abuse: The Way of Madness

Source: AA

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