Bulli Bai App: The ‘Bulli Bai’ app, which came into the limelight in December last year, is still in controversy, this incident created a stir across the country. Several accused involved in the case are currently in judicial custody, while efforts are on to trace others. According to the latest information, the Delhi High Court has rejected the bail plea of Neeraj Bishnoi, the accused in the case and the alleged mastermind of the application.
The second-year engineering student was arrested on January 6 for making the controversial Bulli Bai app from Assam. Delhi Police said that he was arrested after admitting his role behind the conspiracy and making of the app.
“The accused launched a campaign of slander against the women, with derogatory and objectionable material having communal color on the app,” the court said.
Delhi Police said on Thursday that they have recovered technical evidence from Neeraj’s mobile and laptop and his arrest has busted the entire network. Police said that when Bishnoi was questioned, he revealed that the app was developed in November 2021 and updated in December 2021. “The accused created another Twitter account to talk about the app. Challenged using another account and tweeted saying, ‘You have arrested the wrong person’,” an official said.
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Bulli Bai’s alleged mastermind Neeraj Bishnoi suspended from his university
Accused Neeraj Bishnoi was pursuing an engineering course from Vellore Institute of Technology and the college suspended him from the university following a dispute. University Vice Chancellor Dr. A notification signed by Kamachi Mudali has been issued. In which it was told that Bishnoi has been suspended from the university with immediate effect for his involvement in this matter. Neeraj Bishnoi, enrolled in the BTech course in the university, was studying through online classes since 2020. He has been sacked by the university till further notice, as his alleged involvement may bring disrepute to VIT.
‘Bully Bai’ incident
Let us tell you that this matter is related to creating and running the ‘Bully Bai’ application. In which photographs of Muslim women of various professions were targeted for online auction including influential women of Twitter such as journalists, social activists and others. Mumbai Cyber Police had arrested accused Shweta Singh and Mayank Rawat from Uttarakhand and Vishal Kumar Jha from Bengaluru in connection with the crime.
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