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Bulli Bai app case: Accused Shweta Singh, Mayank Rawat despatched to 14-day judicial custody | Information

Mumbai: An area courtroom on Friday remanded Shweta Singh and Mayank Rawat, arrested within the ‘Bulli Bai’ app case, to 14-day judicial custody, whereas the previous alleged she was slapped throughout interrogation.
Each accused had been arrested from Uttarakhand by the Mumbai police earlier this month in reference to the ‘Bulli Bai’ app which focused Muslim ladies. Singh, 18, and Rawat 21, additionally filed their bail functions quickly after the Justice of the Peace’s courtroom in suburban Bandra remanded them to judicial custody for 14 days.
Metropolitan Maigistrate Komalsing Rajput despatched them to jail after being knowledgeable that Rawat had examined constructive for coronavirus. Earlier this week, Vishal Jha, the primary accused arrested within the matter, and the investigating officer within the case had additionally examined constructive for COVID-19.
On Friday, the courtroom was knowledgeable by the prosecution that Jha and Rawat had been being handled at a COVID-19 care centre within the Kalina space of Mumbai, Jha’s counsel Shivam Deshmukh stated. The courtroom scheduled the listening to on the bail functions filed by all of the three accused on January 17 and directed the prosecution to file its response to their pleas by then.
Throughout Friday’s listening to, Singh’s advocate alleged earlier than the courtroom that she was slapped throughout interrogation. The Justice of the Peace’s courtroom then requested the police to inquire into the alleged incident. The Mumbai police registered an FIR within the case following complaints made by a number of ladies, who had been focused by the ‘Bulli Bai’ app.
The app made public the small print of a number of Muslim ladies, permitting customers to take part of their ‘public sale’. The Delhi police’s particular cell, which has additionally registered an FIR within the case, on January 6 arrested one other accused Niraj Bishnoi, an engineering pupil, from Assam, and claimed he was the principle creator of the dodgy app.
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