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Person arrested for circulating objectionable photograph of DU student on social mediaATN News

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A 22-year-old painter was arrested in Delhi on Wednesday for circulating objectionable photos of a Delhi University student on social media, police said.

The accused, hailing from Ranchi, Jharkhand, has qualified the entrance test of Jamia Millia Islamia University and his admission process is underway.

According to the police, the 19-year-old girl lodged a complaint at the Cyber ​​North police station, saying that the accused ran an art account and the two had started an online relationship with her through social media. The woman added that she had shared some of her personal photos on the insistence of the accused.

“A few days ago, the complainant met the accused for the first time and during the meeting, while scrolling through his phone, he saw his personal photos saved on his phone’s Google Drive. He found pornographic pictures and videos of other women on his mobile phone, which led to him ending the relationship. Angered by the breakup, the accused circulated his personal pictures on social media,” said North DCP Sagar Singh Kalsi.

Based on his complaint, a case was registered under Sections 66 E/67 of the IPC read with Section 506 of the IPC at the Cyber ​​North police station and a committee was constituted for investigation, police said.

“During the investigation, all information including details of the social media accounts of the accused were collected. Based on the technical investigation, the accused Mohammad Tanseem Ahmed was linked to the investigation and arrested on Wednesday after extensive interrogation. The investigation revealed that as he has a large number of followers on Instagram, he is luring innocent girls. It was revealed. Thereafter, he would engage in online relationships with them and would ask them to share their private pictures with him so that he could exploit them,” said the DCP.

The police also said that the SIM card used in the crime and the mobile phone have been recovered.


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