Suchitra Krishnamoorthi claims getting message asking for phone sex; seeks help from Mumbai Police

Singer Suchitra Krishnamoorthi recently took to Twitter and shared a screenshot of a disturbing message that she received on her Facebook account. She asked help from Mumbai Police. She had received a lewd message on her Facebook account. The police department immediately responded to her complaint and the case was then transferred to the Social Media cell and Cyber police station.

The singer tweeted a screengrab of the message that she received and wrote, “When someone claims to work on National Prime Prevention council & harasses women this way @MahaCyber1 @MumbaiPolice pls take note. This message was sent to me on @facebook !”

Mumbai Police instantly replied to her and wrote, “We have followed you. Please DM us your contact details.”

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The singer then thanked the police for their quick reply and said, “Thank you for prompt response. I wanted to bring it to ur notice thats all and  i am not under any threat. If they can message me like this imagine the plight of young vulnerable girls on social media”

Mumbai Police assured the singer that her case is now in the right department. “Ma’am, we have already forwarded to our Social Media cell and Cyber police station for necessary intervention & action. Moreover, you can also Dial 100 or Tweet us, alternatively for prompt support,” they wrote.

Here’s how the entire incident took place:

This incident shed a positive light on how quick Mumbai Police is in a case of social media harassment.

Suchitra Krishnamoorthi is one of the most renowned singers in Bollywood. Her album Dole Dole, Dum Tara, Aha, and Zindagi made her an instant fan favourite. In fact, the singer is also a classically trained vocalist in the Gwalior gharana style of Indian classical music.

After this incident, one thing is clear she is also a headstrong woman who is not afraid of speaking up against any misbehaviour.

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