The application created by the young Indian to sell Muslim women online contains pictures of more than 80 Muslim women; The four young men who followed him were able to create a new application, with pictures of more than 100 Muslim women.
The young Indian was selling Muslim women via an open source app called Soleil Deals, via gethub, and soon another similar app appeared, called Polly Pay.
The main purpose of the two applications was to belittle and offend Muslim women.
The word "soli" is a pejorative Hindu term used by right-wing Hinduism to describe Muslim women.
Also, the name of the other application, "Poly", carries contempt, according to what was reported by the British "BBC".
The two applications aroused great resentment among the Indian Muslim community; The defendants seized pictures of Indian women and women on the Internet and social networking sites, including activists, journalists, and artists, and created files with their pictures, describing them as "deals of the day" and "for sale"; to demean them.
Many of these women filed complaints, which prompted the police to open an official investigation, before the authorities were able to arrest the accused; The contents of their devices are analyzed before they are charged.