Based on questioning of Bulli Bai app creator Niraj Bishnoi, Delhi Police's Special Cell arrested a person from Madhya Pradesh in connection with the Sulli Deals case.
Aumkareshwar Thakur, the main creator of the Sulli Deals app, has been arrested by Delhi Police.
Delhi Police's Special Cell has made the first arrest in the Sulli Deals app case. The accused, Aumkareshwar Thakur, who allegedly created the app, was nabbed from Madhya Pradesh's Indore.
The IFSO (Intelligence Fusion and Strategic Operations) unit of the Special Cell nabbed the person based on the questioning of Niraj Bishnoi, the creator of the Bulli Bai app.
Aumkareshwar Thakur, 25, confessed to the police that he created the Sulli Deals app on GitHub in July 2021. The app uploaded photos of several Muslim women without their consent for a virtual "auction".
A BCA degree holder, Aumkareshwar Thakur revealed that there were more people involved in the case.
In July 2021, the Delhi Police had registered an FIR in the Sulli Deals case.
Niraj Bishnoi, the creator of the Bulli Bai app, was arrested by the Delhi Police on January 6. Bulli Bai app, just like Sulli Deals, listed hundreds of Muslim women for “auction”.
The investigation into the 'Bulli Bai' case has revealed that Niraj Bishnoi was in touch with the creator of the Twitter handle “@sullideals”, which was used to create the 'Sulli Deals' app on GitHub. His claim has been verified from the involvement of a Twitter account used by him in an FIR registered at Delhi’s Kishangarh police station.
Three people were earlier arrested in the Bulli Bai app case by the Mumbai Police, including prime accused Shweta Singh (18), Mayank Rawal (21) and Vishal Kumar Jha (21).
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