BBC Information Correspondent Yogita Limaye claims that Indian Muslim girls discover themselves ‘up on the market’ for a second time on an utility known as Sulli [a derogatory term used to refer to Muslim women in India] utility.
In a tweet, she stated, “Within the span of six months, Indian Muslim girls discover themselves ‘up on the market’ for a second time. The data tech minister says the content material has been blocked. Perpetrators but to be discovered.”
This isn’t the primary time that Muslim girls were put up “for auction” online in India. In July, photos of a whole lot of ladies had been uploaded through an auctioning app known as “Sulli Offers”.
Hana Khan, a industrial pilot whose identify was on the listing revealed that she was alerted to it when a good friend despatched her a tweet.
Police opened an investigation however refused to say who could possibly be behind the app.
The expertise had left girls scarred. Those that featured on the app had been all vocal Muslims, together with journalists, activists, artists and researchers. A number of have since deleted their social media accounts and plenty of others stated they had been afraid of additional harassment.