Rehana Fathima was arrested in June after complaints following a video showing her children painting on her semi nude body Image credit: Twitter. An activist who was arrested for an allegedly obscene video that depicted her children painting on her naked body has been denied anticipatory bail, causing outrage on social media. A case was filed against activist Rehana Fathima in June after she posted a video of her minor son and daughter painting on her semi-nude body on YouTube. The video was intended to express the control and freedom women should be allowed to exert on their own bodies. Following the video that went viral and attracted widespread outrage, two complaints were filed at different police stations against and the Kerala State Commission for Protection of Child Rights had asked the police to register a case against her under POCSO. Following the complaint, she had filed an anticipatory bail plea in the High Court which was rejected in July.
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Many student organisations protested outside Farook Training College, where Jouhar Munavvir T teaches, seeking action against him. A few women students supporting the teacher also took out a rally on the campus whipping up tension in the college. Students in other colleges also protested carrying sliced watermelons and sought strict action against Munavvir. Some women even took to social media to post bare-breasted photos, which were removed by Facebook. Television channel NDTV reported that year-old Arathy SA was among those, who posted a nude picture, and that and her husband too shared the photo. Whether it be professors in college or social media users seeing a model breastfeed and pose for a magazine.
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Udupi, Sep 3: A special police team has been formed to nab the accused in connection with blackmailing a young girl's father of uploading her fake nude photos on social networking sites, and search operations for the accused are on-going, informed Udupi Superintendent of Police P Rajendra Prasad. In relation to the blackmail, the girl's father Muneer Ahmed has lodged a case against his sister's son Mohammed Shameel and police constable Sudheer at Udupi town police station, on Monday. In the complaint, it is stated that the girl's father Muneer had visited the police station on April 1 as per constable Sudheer's instructions, accompanied by his nephew Shameel. Sudheer had then allegedly demanded a sum of Rs 30 lakhs from Muneer if he did not want his daughter's nude photos to be uploaded on the internet and other media. When Muneer responded that he did not have enough money, the demand came down to Rs 25 lakhs.
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