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Playing with women’s dignity, what kind of a country do our rulers envisage?

After the ‘Sulli Deals’ app, it is the turn of the ‘Bulli Bai’ app, with some additional content. They are targeting not only the women of minority communities. The tenacious and the never-say-die Sikhs and farmers, who forced the Prime Minister to apologize, are also in their crosshairs, writes Sudha Arora

The “Bulli Bai” mobile app has triggered outrage in political circles. But quite a few people are patting their backs for having made this sinister invention. This app plumbs new depths in commodifying women. It deals a deathly blow to Indian culture, civilization and its moral values. But it has also raised many more issues, and they are not only about women’s dignity. They are symptomatic of the deep rot that is eating into the vitals of our nation. The chief architects of this rotten, degraded India are on cloud nine. After years of hard work, they have succeeded in filling the minds of young adults of the 18-22 years age group with deep hatred against people of particular religions, sections and against women.

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About The Author

Sudha Arora

Sudha Arora, who is well known for her short stories, has also been actively involved in women's movements. She has authored 12 collections of short stories, a novel and two books of essays, 'Aam Aurat: Zinda Sawal' and 'Ek Aurat ki Notebook'. Her short stories have been translated into several Indian languages as well as English, French, Japanese, Dutch, German, Italian and Tajiki.

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