DCW issues notice to Delhi Police Cybercrime Cell seeking action against derogatory ClubHouse chat members

DCW issues notice to Delhi Police Cybercrime Cell seeking action against derogatory ClubHouse chat members
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The Delhi Commission for Women (DCW) today issued a notice to Delhi Police cybercrime cell seeking action against people making derogatory remarks against Muslim women on Clubhouse App.

The DCW chairperson Swati Maliwal on Twitter expressed how after Sulli bai and Bulli Bai, now it is the Clubhouse App.

In a two-minute video on the Clubhouse interaction, the clip, participants include both boys and girls can be heard discussing the topic Muslim Gals are more beautiful than Hindu Gals.

Not only this, one of the participants in the video says that every Muslim girl is ultimately a Hindu and his response was met with Jai Shri Ram chant.

Another participant can be heard saying that 70 per cent of Muslims are converts as the religion was founded much later.

The participants purportedly also goes on making obscene remarks about Muslim girls.

As per the DCW notice, the purported conversation has obscene, vulgar, and defamatory remarks over Muslim women.

The DCW also said that it is a very serious matter and merits strict action. The commission has now sought a response from the Delhi Police cybercrime cell by January 24.

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