Bangladeshi entertainer, Sanayee Mahbob, has been condemned by police and requested to expel her “indecent” internet based life content. Bangladeshi on-screen character and web-based social networking star Sanayee Mahbob Suprova (otherwise known as Sanai Mahbub) was captured by police on Monday, February 18, 2019, and in the wake of addressing, requested to “evacuate profane pics” from her web based life.
The Cyber Security and Crime Unit of the Dhaka police compel arrested 21-year-old Mahbob.
Delegate Commissioner (ADC) Nazmul Islam of the DMP Cyber Security and Crime Unit affirmed the issue, saying:
“Sanayee Mahbob has been conveyed to the Cyber Security and Crime Prevention office for cross examination.”
Mahbob, from Dhaka, has been posting provocative selfies and recordings of her self on her online networking accounts including Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
Mahbob, the yearning on-screen character, was in the features in 2018, after she uncovered that she was the main ever Bangladeshi big name to report that she had experienced bosom growth medical procedure. Specialists state her story is that of suggesting indecency which is impacting the adolescent of Bangladesh and against the preservationist social and confidence estimations of the country.
Islam said that they “guided” the on-screen character and requested her to expel the “revolting” content from her online life accounts.
Clarifying their thinking, Islam stated:
“We exceptionally regard the right to speak freely in a popularity based framework. In any case, her substance has drawn dissents from irate guardians.”
What’s more, he revealed to AFP that a portion of the photographs posted by her could be “unlawful” according to Bangladesh’s sex entertainment laws, saying:
“We are energetically attempting to make a free and safe web for everybody.
“So we don’t need content which conflicts with our social standards, particularly for youngsters.
Nonetheless, with respect to her substance, the Bangladeshi entertainer did not feel that her photographs were of a “grown-up just” nature, Mahbob told AFP: Mahbob emphatically feels that her online networking posts have been “misjudged” and she totally had “no goal of harming social standards”.
This move is viewed as a stage towards tidying up “foul” content being posted by those living in Bangladesh and saw as the primary instance of its sort against a big name and to affect the nation’s media outlet thusly.