Bulli Bai case: Accused Neeraj Singh, Aumkareshwar Thakur remanded to judicial custody

By – Poorva Singh

A Mumbai court on Thursday remanded Aumkareshwar Thakur and Neeraj Singh, blamed in the Bulli Bai application case, to legal authority. The Court additionally expanded the police authority of the Bulli Bai App originator Neeraj Bishnoi till January 31, 2022. Advocate Shivam Deshmukh, showing up for Thakur, went against police care on the ground that there can’t be a new examination in each new First Information Report (FIR) and since an FIR was held up in Delhi before Mumbai, examination in the ensuing FIR was not reasonable. To support this contention, the advice depended on a judgment of the Supreme Court in TT Antony v. Province of Kerala. Based on these contentions, the nearby Court consented to give legal authority to the denounced. Consequently, the Investigating Officer for the situation additionally favored an application for Thakur’s authority for a day, since he was unable to be shipped off Delhi around the same time. An MBA graduate, 28-year-old Singh was arrested by the Mumbai Police last Friday from Odisha, from where he was brought to Mumbai on travel remand, after which the Metropolitan Magistrate at Bandra, on Saturday, remanded him to police care till January 27. Thakur and Bishnoi were captured by the Delhi Police prior to being brought to Mumbai by the Mumbai Police. Thakur is additionally denounced in a more established Sulli bargains case and was taken into police guardianship till January 27 for examination in the Mumbai FIR. The case was set off by an application called ‘Bulli Bai’, which showed up on open-source stage GitHub, putting out subtleties of in excess of 100 Muslim ladies, permitting clients to take part in a ‘sale’ of those ladies. The captures occurred after an FIR was enlisted by the Cyber Cell of the Mumbai Police on January 1 against significant Twitter handles and the designer of Bulli Bai application for offenses under the Indian Penal Code and the Information Technology Act in view of grumblings of ladies focused on by the application.