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It’s time to talk, says Rahul Gandhi about the bully deal

New Delhi: Former Speaker of Parliament Rahul Gandhi said he shouldn’t be afraid because it’s time to blame the government for omissions against the Bulli Bai app targeting women in certain communities and oppose hatred.

Gandhi spoke after the profiles of several women in a particular community were posted on the Buri deal.

“Women’s insults and community hatred only stopped when you confronted it in one voice, and as the years changed, it was time to change your destiny and raise your voice,” Gandhi said.

NCP leader Nawab Malik tweeted: I write a letter to the Minister of Interior @DwalsepatilJi requesting an investigation. Maharashtra always stands with the daughters of the country! “

One of the parliamentary activists whose profile was posted tweeted by tagging the Delhi police that the previous complaint was ignored. “Hello @DelhiPolice. Many of this have already harassed me by hosting my auction and making nasty lewd comments to me. I submitted you a FIR in May, but You’re not doing anything at all. Now they’re back. A good job to protect women. At least what are you doing now? “She said in a Twitter post.

Ashwini Vaishnaw said the hosting platform GitHub blocked the creator of Bullibai after a complaint from a female journalist was filed with the Delhi police via a web page “BulliBai” aimed at insulting Muslim women. Said.

Created on GitHub, “Bulli Bai” popped up on January 1st, displaying pictures of women such as journalists, social workers, students, and celebrities, along with derogatory content.

Citing a tweet from Priyanka Chaturvedi, a member of Shiv Sena Rajya Sabha, late Saturday night, Vaishnaw said: CERTs and police authorities are coordinating further actions. “

https://www.siasat.com/its-time-to-speak-up-says-rahul-gandhi-over-bulli-deals-2251628/ It’s time to talk, says Rahul Gandhi about the bully deal

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