Mumbai court docket has granted bail to a few accused in Bulli Bai case. All of the six accused within the case are actually out on bail.
Bishnoi had claimed he was falsely implicated within the case. (Picture: PTI)
A Mumbai court docket has granted bail to Niraj Bishnoi, the creator of Bulli Bai app and two others within the Bulli Bai case. The accused have been granted bail on a bond of Rs 50,000 every.
Niraj Bishnoi, Aumkareshwar Thakur and Neeraj Singh have been granted bail by Further Periods Decide AB Sharma on Tuesday.
All three accused have been restricted from travelling overseas with out prior permission of the court docket and have additionally been directed to look earlier than the police as soon as each month.
The Bulli Bai app had made the small print of a number of Muslim girls public to permit individuals to take part of their “public sale”.
In his bail utility, filed by way of advocate Shivam Deshmukh, Bishnoi claimed he had been falsely implicated within the case, and sought parity as his co-accused had been given bail. With this Periods Courtroom order, all of the six accused within the case have managed to safe bail.
BULLI BAI APP CASE
A whole bunch of Muslim girls have been listed for “public sale” on the Bulli Bai app with pictures sourced with out permission and doctored. The app gave the impression to be a clone of “Sulli Offers”, which triggered an analogous row earlier.
The police, in its cost sheet filed in March, had claimed Niraj Bishnoi requested a co-accused to ship pictures of 100 “well-known non-BJP Muslim girls” so as to put them up for public sale.
The chargesheet additionally mentioned Bishnoi was the primary to share the hyperlink of Bulli Bai app on his Twitter group and members of the group have been absolutely conscious that it might be used to focus on Muslim girls.
Whereas there was no precise public sale or sale, the aim of the app gave the impression to be to humiliate and intimidate the focused girls, lots of whom are lively social media customers.
(With inputs from PTI)