Mumbai: State to take strict action against cybercriminals

Daijiworld Media Network - Mumbai

Mumbai, May 23: Since the lockdown was imposed, the state has witnessed increasing number of cyber crime cases. Therefore, Maharastra has decided to take strict action against criminals involved in cyber crimes in order to curb fake and objectionable messages on social media.

State home minister, Anil Deshmukh said that some people are involved in spreading hate messages and promoting crimes against women using social media platforms such as WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and TikTok.

Deshmukh condemned all such criminal activities and said, "Since lockdown was imposed in Maharashtra, the rate of cybercrimes has increased in the state. On WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or Tiktok, people are posting messages instigating violence against women and videos that can create hatred and rift in society. Acid attacks on women and rape were being promoted. Such videos and posts are highly condemnable."





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