After Bulli Bai, Lewd Clubhouse Chatroom Discusses Muslim Women

The Delhi Commission for Women (DCW) has sent a FIR request to the Delhi Police for those who allegedly made derogatory statements against Muslim women during a session on the Clubhouse app.

The chatroom discussed how and why “Muslim gals are more beautiful than Hindu gals” and how having sexual relations with them will boost the “virtue” and “good deeds” of people who practise “Sanatana Dharma.”

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A video of the chatroom, which was released on Twitter, shows about 18-20 people talking about “pink private parts of Muslim women,” “Babri Masjid,” “ghar wapsi (conversion to Hinduism),” and “Oedipus complex,” among other vulgar, Islamophobic, and sexist statements.

“See, when RSS bhakts marry Mullis (a pejorative name for Muslim women), they will eventually turn Hindus,” the user says, as others clap and sing “Jai Shri Ram.”

“70% of Muslims are converts,” adds a female user. 

“If Hindu men develop a sexual relationship with a Muslim woman (lewdly referring to female private parts), our bad deeds are wiped away,” a male user named ‘Bismillah’ claims. “Have you people ever heard something like this?”

Swati Maliwal, Chairperson of the DCW,  speaking to the The Indian Express said,  “Someone tagged me on Twitter (highlighting) the detailed audio conversation on the Clubhouse app, which targeted Muslim women and girls and made disgusting sexual comments against them. I feel outraged over the fact that such incidents are going on increasing in the country. Strongest action needs to be taken against the culprits and that’s why I have issued a notice to the Delhi Police seeking an immediate FIR and arrests in the matter.”

According to DCP (Cyber Cell) KPS Malhotra, a FIR has been registered under IPC sections 153A (promoting enmity between different groups on the ground of religion), 295A (deliberate and malicious acts, intended to outrage religious feelings of any class by insulting its religion) and 354 A (sexual harassment).

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