NEW DELHI: The Delhi Police on Wednesday wrote to Clubhouse app seeking details about the organiser of the alleged audio chat group in which some “obscene comments were made against Muslim women”, official sources said. The development comes a day after the Delhi Police’s Intelligence Fusion and Strategic Operations unit which works under the supervision of Special Cell filed a FIR against the unknown persons in the matter.
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