On Wednesday, officials from the Delhi Commission for Women (DCW) asked the Delhi Police to file a FIR against the people who made fun of, teased, threatened to raped, and insulted Shubman Gill’s sister. After the Chennai game, people on the Internet were mean to Gill and his sister.
In their statement, the DCW said, “These tweets and Instagram posts about Shubman Gill’s sister are profane, sexist, threatening, and very mean.” Threats of rape and other kinds of harassment made against her on social media sites are against the law. In this situation, it was said that a quick answer is needed.
The director of DCW, Swati Maliwal, sent out the warning through a tweet and asked for a full police action report by May 26. The cyberbullying and abuse of cricketer Shubman Gill’s sister were reported to the authorities in Delhi by our group. By May 26, the police must turn in a full report about what they did.
She wrote on Twitter, “These lawbreakers will have to answer for their actions.” In its notice, the DCW asked for information about the FIR, the person being accused, and the arrest. If no one was arrested, the group fighting for women’s rights asked the police to do something.