Violation of photo of female leader made viral on social media

New Delhi, Jagran Correspondent. A young BJP leader from Delhi had to suffer the misuse of social media. It is alleged that people associated with some political parties after making a photo of the female leader tampered with them and changed them and went viral on Facebook and Twitter. Some objectionable posts were also written there. When the case filed two months ago started trending on Twitter on Sunday, the cyber cell of Delhi Police arrested an accused.

The identity of the accused was Mohammad, a resident of Tughlakabad Extension. Has taken place in the form of Asim. The device used to tamper with the photo and go viral has been seized. Other accused involved in the case are being searched. 26 posts have also been removed from Twitter and Facebook.

BJP's IT cell co-convenor Apoorva Singh had shared on a Twitter post that several handles belonging to Islamists and opposition parties had tampered with a photo posted by him on Twitter to discredit and harass him. The girl was accused of making viral by adding objectionable photos.

On Sunday, Apoorva Singh tweeted, "Is it wrong to be a pro-BJP woman? Then why are these Congress, SP and people especially associated with Islamists going viral by putting a dirty photo of an unknown girl with my BJP flag photo? Are their mothers not sisters? It has been 2 months since the FIR was done, but neither such post was deleted, nor was any action taken.

Apoorva Singh also shared a copy of the FIR in the tweet. According to which he lodged a complaint with the Delhi Police Special Cell on 19 March 2020. In the complaint, he also attached screenshots of the handles of those who made the objectionable picture viral.

DCP Cyber ​​Cell Else Roy says that police had filed a lawsuit under IT Act 67 (67-A) on the complaint. Many big BJP leaders came forward in support of Apoorva Singh. On Monday, the Cyber ​​Cell of Delhi Police charged an accused in the case. Asim is arrested, the rest is being searched. The National Commission for Women also wrote to the Delhi Police to take action in the Apoorva case. 


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