Indian Man Leaks Pics of Lover who wanted to end Relationship

A man from Gujarat allegedly leaked intimate photographs of his lover when she tried to end their relationship.

Indian Man Leaks Pics of Lover who wanted to end Relationship f

Manish took pictures of their intimate moments

A 43-year-old woman, living in Ambawadi, Gujarat, has accused her boyfriend of leaking her intimate pictures and blackmailing her when she tried to end their relationship.

A complaint has been lodged in Gujarat’s cybercrime cell on November 26, 2020.

In the complaint, the unnamed woman works as a cook with a catering service and lives with her two children.

Her eldest daughter is married and lives in Rajkot.

The complaint further stated that around 15 years ago, her husband had left her and the children and married again. Since then, she has been single and living with her children.

In 2018, the woman met New Vatva resident Manish through her work colleagues.

They soon began spending time together and got into a relationship soon after. Over time, they got physically intimate.

According to the woman, Manish took pictures of their intimate moments during the relationship.

However, as per the complaint, eventually, the woman began to find the relationship inappropriate as she had grown-up children.

Sometime in August 2020, she decided to end her relationship with Manish.

However, when she told him about her decision, he allegedly got furious and threatened to circulate their intimate photographs if she tried to end the relationship.

In October 2020, Manish allegedly sent the private photographs to the woman’s niece.

When she got to know about it, she filed an application with the cybercrime cell of Gujarat police.

An FIR (First Incident Report) was later filed against Manish.

With the growing number of cybercrimes in India. the Indian government has invested a lot of money on improving how they tackle cybercrimes.

An act of cybercrime is a punishable criminal act in India.

This may include acts of online stalking, online banking or credit card scams, hacking and proliferating software viruses.

Cybercrime cells are the brainchild of the criminal investigation departments of cities in India.

According to The Information Technology Act of India 2000, when cybercrime has been carried out, it has a worldwide purview and jurisdiction.

Furthermore, a complaint or a grievance can be recorded at any cybercrime cell in any of the cities.

A person must give specific documentation with a specific end goal to enrol a complaint with cybercrime cell.

List of records change with the kind of cybercrime activity and differs from crime to crime basis.

Akanksha is a media graduate, currently pursuing a postgraduate in Journalism. Her passions include current affairs and trends, TV and films, as well as travelling. Her life motto is 'Better an oops than a what if'.

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