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Videos encouraging rape, acid attacks went viral on TikTok: Maharashtra Home Minister

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Videos encouraging rape, acid attacks went viral on TikTok: Maharashtra Home Minister

Videos encouraging rape, acid attacks went viral on TikTok: Maharashtra Home Minister

While speaking to ANI, the Home Minister of Maharashtra, Anil Deshmukh spoke on increasing crime during lockdown in the state.

He said, "Since lockdown started in Maharashtra, there has been an increase in number of cyber crimes.

Through TikTok, videos encouraging rape and acid attack went viral recently." "State cyber crime department will take strict action against whoever posts such content," Maharashtra Home Minister added.


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