BULLI BAI APP CASE: 3RD ACCUSED ARRESTED FROM UTTARAKHAND

The Mumbai Police late on Tuesday arrested a third accused from Uttarakhand in connection with the web pages that put hundreds of Muslim women on “auction” and provoked outrage, people aware of the matter said on Wednesday.

Shweta Singh, 18, a resident of Uttarakhand’s Udham Singh Nagar district, and engineering student Vishal Kumar Jha, 21, were earlier arrested on Tuesday. Investigators said the two met on social media due to their common interest in Hindutva ideology and allegedly put up the web pages.

The third accused has been identified as Mayank Rawat, 21. A three-member Mumbai Cyber Police team arrested him from Kotdwar in Pauri Garhwal district. Rawat’s father is in the army and posted in Jammu, a police officer in Pauri Garhwal said on condition of anonymity. He added Rawat was pursuing his BSc in chemistry (honours) from Delhi University’s Zakir Hussain College. “He was home in Kotdwar because of offline classes.”

Senior police superintendent (Pauri Garhwal) Yashwant Singh said the Mumbai Police traced Rawat by tracking his mobile which he allegedly used to share the links of the webpages. “Before arresting him, they asked us for assistance as per interstate protocol which we provided. The Mumbai Police team would present him (Rawat) before a court today (Wednesday) for a transit remand before taking him to Mumbai for further probe,” he said.

News Source : Hindustan Times

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