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Bulli Bai app case: Accused Vishal Jha denied bail by sessions court

The Bulli Bai app had made public the details of several Muslim women in a bid to malign them, allowing users to participate in their 'auction'

Neeraj Bishnoi, one of the main conspirator in the Bulli Bai case, arrives at an airport after being arrested by Delhi Police from Assam, in New Delhi (Photo: PTI)

Neeraj Bishnoi, one of the main conspirator in the Bulli Bai case, arrives at an airport after being arrested by Delhi Police from Assam, in New Delhi (Photo: PTI)

Press Trust of India Mumbai
A sessions court in Mumbai on Monday denied bail to an accused in the Bulli Bai app case.
The Bulli Bai app had made public the details of several Muslim women in a bid to malign them, allowing users to participate in their 'auction'.
This was the second attempt of the accused Vishal Jha to seek bail, with his earlier plea being rejected by a magistrate court.
On Monday, additional sessions judge S J Gharat denied him bail, though a detailed order has not been made available as yet.
Jha was held by Mumbai police's cyber wing in January.

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First Published: Feb 28 2022 | 8:53 PM IST

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