Mumbai: Vishal Kumar Jha (21), the engineering student from Bengaluru arrested in the Bulli Bai case on January 3, has been sent to judicial custody till January 24 after he tested positive for Covid. The police custody of the two others arrested with him — Shweta Singh (18) and Mayank Rawat (21) — has been extended till January 14.
Police have found the three operated six to eight Twitter handles under different names which were created to propagate the Bulli Bai app. The trio used the end-to-end encrypted email service ProtonMail to hide their identities while posting content on the Twitter handles. “ProtonMail helps one to hide one’s internet protocol (IP) address. Criminals may use it so that an investigation agency fails to track them,” said a cyber police officer.
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