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Delhi Police arrests Mohammad Aasim for Morphing BJP Youth Leader’s Photo and Making it Viral

The Delhi Cybercrime Cell has arrested one of the main accused, Mohammad Aasim, and has acted in deletion of 26 offensive posts against Singh from Facebook and Twitter. The Deputy Commissioner of Police, Delhi Cybercrime cell, confirmed the action on the First Information Report (FIR) registered by Singh against some accused for morphing her photos and making them viral on Twitter and Facebook to defame her.

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BJP IT Cell Coordinator, Apurva Singh

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) youth leader and IT cell coordinator, Apurva Singh, took a sigh of relief on Monday, May 18, after Delhi police made an arrest of one of her harassers, Mohammad Aasim, who allegedly circulated morphed and objectionable images of Singh on Twitter and Facebook.

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Thanking Union Home Minister, Amit Shah, for his prompt action in the case, the BJP youth leader urged the Delhi police to apprehend her other harassers soon. “I thank respected Amit Shah for the prompt action (in the case). I hope from DCP – Cybercrime Cell, Delhi that all the posts will be deleted and police will apprehend rest of the accused without any further delays. Girls like me will soon get justice. Jai Hind” read the tweet by Singh on Monday.

The Delhi Cybercrime Cell has arrested one of the main accused, Mohammad Aasim, and has acted in deletion of 26 offensive posts against Singh from Facebook and Twitter. The Deputy Commissioner of Police, Delhi Cybercrime cell, confirmed the action on the First Information Report (FIR) registered by Singh against some accused for morphing her photos and making them viral on Twitter and Facebook to defame her.

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“In Case FIR registered on the complaint of @isinghapurva, all offensive posts made on Twitter and 26 posts made on Facebook have been removed till date through the concerned Platforms. One accused person, Md. Aasim, who had shared the offensive content, has been arrested.,” tweeted DCP, Cybercrime Cell, Delhi.

The Delhi Cybercrime Cell also confirmed that they are hunting for those account holders who posted Singh’s morphed photos on the microblogging sites.

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Apurva Singh had registered an FIR against some miscreants, reportedly, couple of months back. However, seeing no action on her complaint, Singh posted her ordeal on social media on Sunday, May 17. “Is it wrong to be a BJP supporting woman? If not, then why Congress, SP (Samajwadi Party) and especially, minority religious groups are morphing my photo with BJP flag into a photo of an unknown girl in an obscene manner and making them viral? Don’t they have mother and sister? It’s been 2 months registering the FIR but neither these posts have vanished, nor any action has been taken in the case,” wrote Singh, on her twitter post.

Singh continued writing in her following tweet, “Don’t these people realize that their such obscene and false viral posts may ruin someone’s life? Anyway, I’m neither going to give up, nor going to be feared by this act. I’m confident law will serve justice to me. Please support me. Har Har Mahadev,”

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Soon, senior BJP leaders stood in support of Apurva Singh and support flooded in her favour. The National Commission for Women (NCW) also took cognisance of the matter and wrote a letter to Delhi police and Commissioner of Delhi Police to investigate the matter put forward by Singh in her complaint.

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“@NCWIndia has written to @DelhiPolice @CPDelhi to inquire the incident of cyber crime, bullying & harassment on the woman by some miscreants on social media. NCW is concern about safety of every woman in cyberspace & increase in cybercrime against women.@CyberDost@DCP_CCC_Delhi” wrote NCW in it’s tweet in support of Apurva Singh.