To avoid arrest, Sully Deals app maker erases evidence from social media. Police says Sully Deals app maker erased evidence from social media to evade arrest

digital desk, New Delhi. Onkareshwar Thakur, the alleged producer of Sully Deals, who was caught by the Delhi Police, had erased his identity marks from social media following the uproar over Bulli Bai. Police sources gave this information on Sunday.

A source said, he knew that the police would be looking for him after the uproar over Bulli Bai, an app that auctions Muslim women, and that is why he removed his identity marks from social media.

He is very fast and a master of technical field. He had deleted about 10 GB of data. We hope that after getting the data, we will be able to find more evidence.

Thakur, who holds a BCA degree from IPS Academy, Indore, has been arrested by a team of Special Cell of Delhi Police from the city.

During initial interrogation, he has admitted that he was a member of a traditional group on Twitter where thoughts of defaming and trolling Muslim women were shared.

He joined the TradMahasabha group in January 2020 using the Twitter handle EtdaretGangesian and interacted with various groups about trolling Muslim women here.

He had developed a code on GitHub, which could be accessed by all members of the group. She had shared the app on her Twitter account and pictures of Muslim women were uploaded on it by members of the group.

After the uproar over this app, he removed all his social media footprints. Special Sale is analyzing the technical gadgets to trace the code/image related to Sully Deals App.

Police sources also claimed that they have identified some other people who helped him in this work.

The police have not yet found any link between him and the maker of the Bulli Bai app.

(IANS)

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