Singer Suchitra Krishnamoorthi Gets An Obscene Message, Tweets Seeking Help From Cops!

Cyberbullying and online harassment are the new age problems that many of us have dealt with, thanks to the ardent use of smartphones and widespread dissemination of personal information over online platforms.

Very recently, eminent writer and singer Suchitra Krishnamoorthi took to Twitter to share her ordeal. Krishnamoorthi received a vulgar text on her Facebook account from a person who claims to work at the ‘National Crime Prevention Council’.

She was quick to tweet the screenshot of the text message to the Mumbai Police and seek their help.

The Mumbai Police was quite prompt to respond to her complaint.

Soon after which Krishnamoorthi thanked Mumbai Police for their prompt response.

The Police later assured her that the case has been transferred to the Social Media cell and Cyber police station.

Twitter was appalled and reiterated that it could happen to our loved ones as well:

https://twitter.com/i_am_gulati/status/1153951597770100736

This incident shows that although it is easy for tormenters to breach our privacy with just the click of a button, it is imperative we report them and seek help at the earliest.

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