Mumbai Police has arrested a lady who is the key suspect in the 'Bulli Bai' case

The woman will be sent to Mumbai for questioning in 'Bulli Bai' incident

Mumbai police detains major culprit in the 'Bulli Bai' dispute

In Uttrakhand Mumbai Police has arrested a lady who is the key suspect in the 'Bulli Bai' case, in which images of Muslim women were published on an app for 'auction.' The woman will be sent to Mumbai for questioning.

For transit remand, she will appear in a Uttarakhand court.

After a 21-year-old engineering student from Bengaluru was held by police on Monday, this is the second detention in the case. Both are co-accused in the case and are acquainted with one another.

A Mumbai Officer said, “A woman has been detained by the cyber cell of Mumbai Police in Uttarakhand. Seems like is the main mastermind behind the app. She will be presented before a court in Uttarakhand for transit remand. After obtaining the transit remand, she will be brought to Mumbai.” 

They're Facebook and Instagram buddies. As a result, a network of connections has been formed. The lady was in charge of three accounts connected to the Bulli Bai app scandal.

Vishal Kumar, a co-accused, created a Facebook account under the name Khalsa supremist. 

Both the detained woman and the arrested guy became friends on the social networking site Instagram, according to the official.

The officials said, “The racket behind the app includes many more people,” According to a police source, on December 31, accused Vishal changed his name and assumed a Sikh identity. On Monday, Vishal was apprehended in Bengaluru and taken to Mumbai for interrogation.


 


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