Clubhouse App: Delhi Police Questions Lucknow Student Over Vulgar Comments Against Muslim Women

Clubhouse App: Delhi Police Questions Lucknow Student Over Vulgar Comments Against Muslim Women

New Delhi: The Delhi Police is questioning the 19 year old student from Lucknow in connection with clubhouse app case. In a clubhouse room video, a bunch of youngsters is seen passing obscene, vulgar and derogatory remarks over women and girls especially from the Muslim community.

As per India Today's sources the interrogation is being done after police got some crucial technical evidence in the case.

The Mumbai Police has already arrested three people in the case.

Earlier, Delhi Police's Intelligence Fusion and Strategic Operations (IFSO) unit filed an FIR against unknown persons in connection to a case.

In a video, a group of boys and girls can be see holding a clubhouse discussion. The virtual meeting, similar to the recent cases of 'Sulli deals' and 'Bulli deals' demeans Muslim women. The participants can be heard making obscene, vulgar and derogatory remarks over women and girls especially from the Muslim community.



The video which went viral on social media, features a group of young boys and girls who are seen casually discussing about violating Muslim women. One of them said that every Muslim Women is ultimately Hindu. Others in the room support his comments by cheering. The man can also be heard saying that Muslim girls will do gharwapsi, when Hindus will marry Muslim girls and will convert them into Hinduism. The group further mocks Islam and Muslims and claim that 70 percent of the Muslims are 'anyway converted' since the religion was 'founded only 2000 years ago'.

Another male participant can further be heard saying that having sex with a Muslim girl will wash away all their sins and that they will get reward equal to building seven temples by doing so.

DCW TOOK SUO MOTO COGNISANCE

After an uproar on Twitter, the Delhi Commission for Women took suo moto cognisance on the matter and wrote to the cyber crime cell of Delhi Police seeking an FIR.


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