An app named Bulli Bai is spreading hatred against Muslim women on social media. Muslim women are being targeted on this app. What is the controversial app Bulli Bai, how it works, know the answers to these questions.
What is Bulli Bai App?
An app named Bulli Bai is spreading hatred against Muslim women on social media. Muslim women are being targeted on this app. Objectionable things are being written against him and pictures are being shared. After the matter came to light, there is a demand to block this app.
This app is present on a platform named Github. Similar hate-spreading apps have been launched on this platform in the past as well. Before Bulli Bai on Github, a large number of pictures of Muslim women were also shared on the Sulli deal app and there was talk of auctioning them.
What’s in the controversial app Bulli Bai?
Bulli Bai app is being targeted especially at Muslim women. On opening this app, the user sees different pictures of these women. Then the user selects the picture of one of these women as Bulli Bai of the day. After this, the bid of that woman is done. Along with bidding, #BulliBai is also written in the post. It trends throughout the day. According to media reports, this app is being targeted especially at those Muslim women who have their own identity in society and speak boldly on social media platforms.
Another app that works like Bulli Bai, Sulli deals came about 6 months ago. This was revealed in July. When ‘Deals of the Day’ started trending on Twitter due to the app. GitHub had to remove the Sulli deal app from its platform after Delhi Police registered an FIR in this matter.
How did this matter come up for discussion?
On Saturday, a woman journalist shared her ordeal raising the matter on social media. He told through the post how people are torturing him mentally. Bulli Bai app has also shared the photo of the female journalist on its platform. People are using lewd comments for this.
GitHub confirmed blocking the user this morning itself.
CERT and Police authorities are coordinating further action. https://t.co/6yLIZTO5Ce
— Ashwini Vaishnaw (@AshwiniVaishnaw) January 1, 2022
The URL of the screenshot shared by the woman in her post is bullibai.github.io, which has been deactivated for the time being. According to the news agency ANI, an FIR has been registered at the cyber police station on the complaint of the female journalist.