Suspected of extremist groups India is investigating the inclusion of Muslim women on the "Mazad" application


Suspected of extremist groups India is investigating the inclusion of Muslim women on the "Mazad" application   Kara Al-Ain Ribar, a journalist from Indian-administered Kashmir, whose photo was found on the "Mazad" application, as were dozens of Muslim women (communication sites)   The Indian authorities announced the opening of an investigation into the inclusion of pictures of dozens of Muslim women on the online auction application, after the pictures were taken from their accounts on social networking sites without their permission.  Kara Al-Ain Ribar, a journalist from Indian-administered Kashmir, whose photo was found on the Mazad app, along with dozens of Muslim women  On Sunday, the Indian authorities opened an investigation into the inclusion of hundreds of Muslim women in the "Mazad" application, using images taken from their accounts on social media without their permission.  Delhi Police registered a case after receiving a complaint from journalist Ismat Ara, whose name is also listed on an app called "Bulli Bai," according to Anadolu Agency.  By Saturday evening, dozens of other Muslim women began posting their shock and anger on social media after seeing their photos and details on the app.  Hundreds of pictures of Muslim women were uploaded to the app via the open software development site GitHub, and users were asked to participate in an "auction".  While there was no real sale, the online app aims to "insult the loud Muslim women and raise Muslim issues on social media," according to activists.  "The account has been banned from GitHub and the Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT) and security authorities are coordinating further actions," Information and Technology Minister Ashwini Vaishnau said in a tweet.  Many users of social networking sites expressed their support for the targeted women, stressing that the aim was to cause them physical and mental suffering.  Many see the people behind such apps as right-wing groups.

Suspected of extremist groups India is investigating the inclusion of Muslim women on the "Mazad" application


The Indian authorities announced the opening of an investigation into the inclusion of pictures of dozens of Muslim women on the online auction application, after the pictures were taken from their accounts on social networking sites without their permission.

Kara Al-Ain Ribar, a journalist from Indian-administered Kashmir, whose photo was found on the Mazad app, along with dozens of Muslim women

On Sunday, the Indian authorities opened an investigation into the inclusion of hundreds of Muslim women in the "Mazad" application, using images taken from their accounts on social media without their permission.

Delhi Police registered a case after receiving a complaint from journalist Ismat Ara, whose name is also listed on an app called "Bulli Bai," according to Anadolu Agency.

By Saturday evening, dozens of other Muslim women began posting their shock and anger on social media after seeing their photos and details on the app.

Hundreds of pictures of Muslim women were uploaded to the app via the open software development site GitHub, and users were asked to participate in an "auction".

While there was no real sale, the online app aims to "insult the loud Muslim women and raise Muslim issues on social media," according to activists.

"The account has been banned from GitHub and the Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT) and security authorities are coordinating further actions," Information and Technology Minister Ashwini Vaishnau said in a tweet.

Many users of social networking sites expressed their support for the targeted women, stressing that the aim was to cause them physical and mental suffering.

Many see the people behind such apps as right-wing groups.



Sohna-Mohana: Two heads, four arms, two legs and a government job  Sohna and Mohana are twin brothers from Punjab. The lower part of their body is intertwined.  Both the brothers are very happy as they have got their job in Punjab State Power Corporation.  Sohna and Mohana were abandoned by their parents in their childhood. Since then, the Pingalwada Charitable Trust of Amritsar is his home.  Sohna and Mohana were brought to the trust when they were two months old. Here he also studied and he also gives credit for his job to the trust.  A post has been given to both the brothers and they will be given a salary of twenty thousand rupees every months.


Sohna-Mohana: Two heads, four arms, two legs and a government job

Sohna and Mohana are twin brothers from Punjab. The lower part of their body is intertwined.

Both the brothers are very happy as they have got their job in Punjab State Power Corporation.

Sohna and Mohana were abandoned by their parents in their childhood. Since then, the Pingalwada Charitable Trust of Amritsar is his home.

Sohna and Mohana were brought to the trust when they were two months old. Here he also studied and he also gives credit for his job to the trust.

A post has been given to both the brothers and they will be given a salary of twenty thousand rupees every months. 

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