a sex site was being run from Delhi and her photo had been used.
An Indian woman leader of a political party in Batala, Punjab, registered a police complaint after her photo appeared on a sex site.
The National Commission for Women later called on the police to take immediate action.
The complainant stated that the suspect was based in Delhi after looking on the adult site. A friend of the victim had told her about the site and this has led to a negative effect on her reputation.
According to officers, the woman spoke with the suspect on social media in a bid to discover his identity.
She pretended to be a prostitute, offering sex for money. The woman stopped chatting with the man when she found out his identity.
The woman explained that she made the first complaint in July 2019. She had said to SSP Upinderjit Singh that an adult site was being run from Delhi and her photo had been used.
SSP Singh transferred the case to DSP BK Singla.
However, after two months, no action was taken against the suspect. This prompted the Indian woman to report her ordeal to the National Commission for Women in Delhi.
The Commission requested Batala Police Station officers to send a written report on the matter within thirty days.
They also told officers to state the type of action they will take against the suspect running the social media adult site.
After the Commission’s request, officers took another statement from the woman but began questioning why she went to the women’s commission with the complaint.
The victim told officers that if action was taken immediately, then the suspect’s sex site would have been shut down and the culprit would be behind bars.
She went on to say that quick action would have avoided her having to go to the women’s commission.
The victim added that her reputation would not have been ruined to the extent that it is now.
Despite filing numerous complaints, the operator of the adult site remains at large.
While the photo of the female political leader has now been removed, a picture of another woman has now been uploaded.
The woman noticed the change and said that it was more often. After two days of the second woman’s picture being there, another photo ended up replacing it.
She went to the SSP at Batala Police Station and pleaded with them to take strict action against the accused.