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Clubhouse app chat case: Delhi Police says man from Lucknow to join probe

The man has been identified as Rahul Kapoor, who had registered himself with the user-ID 'Bismillah' on the application

Clubhouse, social media, privacy

Press Trust of India New Delhi
The Delhi Police on Saturday said an 18-year-old man from Lucknow will be joining the investigation in connection with a chat on the Clubhouse application wherein objectionable and abusive comments were passed against women.
The man has been identified as Rahul Kapoor, who had registered himself with the user-ID 'Bismillah' on the application.
Kapoor claims that he created an audio chat room on Clubhouse on the instructions of a person identified as 'Sallos', Deputy Commissioner of Police K P S Malhotra said.
The officer said Kapoor also told the team that he handed over the chat room's moderator key to 'Sallos'.
The 18-year-old's mobile phone has been seized and he will be joining investigations at Delhi by evening, police said.
Further details are awaited.

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First Published: Jan 22 2022 | 5:18 PM IST

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