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Delhi and Mumbai police file much-anticipated chargesheets in the Sulli Deals and Bulli Bai cases

If targetting Muslim women weren’t enough, the accused also reportedly tried to promote religious disharmony among minorities.

Chargesheets in the Bulli Bai and Sulli Deals cases were filed by the Delhi and Mumbai police last week, according to a report by The Print. In the Bulli Bai case, the accused used a Virtual Private Network (VPN) to hide his activities while uploading the data of 102 Muslim women; used the Gurmukhi script to mislead the investigation and create communal tensions between Sikhs and Muslims, as per the Delhi Police's chargesheet seen by The Print. Meanwhile, in the Sulli Deals case, the chargesheet noted that the accused cleared his digital footprint of all his devices and used ten Twitter handles to propagate the content. In both cases, the creators were part of a 'Tradmahasabha' group on Twitter where ideas were shared on harassing Muslim women online. This group, according to the Mumbai police officials quoted in the report, helped…

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