New Delhi: After “Sulli Deals” and “Bulli Bai” App controversy where photos of Muslim women were shared for ‘auction’ on GitHub, a new controversy has emerged on social media where now Hindu women are being targeted and bullied with derogatory words and photos on Telegram.

After a row on social media, the Government got the channel blocked and has assured action against those behind this.

Meanwhile, in a related development, the Delhi Police has transferred the “Bulli Bai” case to its Intelligence Fusion and Strategic Operations (IFSO) unit and is planning to get a nod for Mutual Legal Assistance Treaty procedure to seek information about the app from its foreign-based hosting platform. IFSO unit is also probing the “Sulli Deals” mobile application case that emerged in July last year.

Union Minister for Information Technology Ashwini Vaishnav took cognisance of the matter after details of the channel were shared by a Twitter user. Replying to the tweet, he informed that the channel has been blocked and the Government of India is coordinating with state police authorities for action.

“Channel blocked. Government of India coordinating with police authorities of states for action,” tweeted Vaishnav. There’s no information yet on who created this Telegram channel and what action the police have taken. A verified user complained against this particular Telegram channel which was created in June 2021 and has been targeting Hindu women, sharing their photos and abusing them.

Many social media users expressed outrage over the Telegram channel abusing Hindu women. Concerned citizens on Twitter are also asking Microsoft and GitHub to take the matter seriously, for this has happened not once but twice under their watch.

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