Man shares his wife’s nude photos on Facebook and Instagram
Assam, a state in Northeast India, has once again made headlines for a disturbing incident of making nudes viral. This time it’s Dibrugarh, where a man has been accused of posting his wife’s nude pictures on social media. The accused, identified as Britom Hazarika from Golaghat, had been uploading the pictures for a month until the victim found out and filed a case with the Lahowal Police Station.
The couple had eloped and got married, but the man reportedly started torturing his wife just two months into the marriage. The victim was only 14 years old from Dibrugarh when she got married and returned to her home in Dibrugarh to escape her husband’s violence. However, things took a turn for the worse when the man threatened his wife that if she did not return to him, he would make the nude pictures go viral on social media. The victim and her family demanded strict action against Hazarika.
This incident has once again highlighted the issue of revenge porn, which is a form of sexual violence. Posting someone’s intimate pictures without their consent is a violation of their privacy and can cause them significant emotional distress. It is a criminal offense punishable by law. The incident has sparked widespread outrage and condemnation, with many people taking to social media to express their anger and call for justice for the victim.
Teacher shared nude photo in class 7 WhatsApp group; sparks outrage among parents and netizens
In another incident, a schoolteacher from Assam sent a nude picture of herself to a WhatsApp group consisting of class 7 students. The image was quickly screenshot and shared across various social media platforms, causing outrage among parents and netizens alike. The identity of the teacher or the school is yet to be identified, but the teacher had sent the image accidentally to the group instead of a personal chat. It wasn’t long before the students in the group had taken screenshots and shared them with their friends, leading to the image quickly going viral.
This incident has once again highlighted the need for better awareness and education around online safety and the appropriate use of technology. Parents, teachers, and students need to be more vigilant about their online behavior and the potential consequences of their actions. The incident has also raised concerns about the safety of students in schools and the need for stricter regulations and monitoring.
Assam has been in the news recently for several incidents of making nudes viral. Last year, a similar incident occurred in Jorhat, where a man had posted his ex-girlfriend’s nude pictures on social media after their relationship had ended. The incident had caused widespread outrage and led to the arrest of the accused.
The Assam Police have taken note of these incidents and have launched campaigns to raise awareness about the issue of revenge porn and online safety. The police have urged people to be more cautious about their online behavior and to report any incidents of online harassment or abuse.
In conclusion, the incidents of making nudes viral in Assam are a cause for concern and highlight the need for better awareness and education around online safety and privacy. The incidents are also a reminder that revenge porn is a serious criminal offense and can cause significant harm to the victim. It is important that the authorities take strict action against the perpetrators and that people become more vigilant about their online behavior. It is time to take a stand against online harassment and abuse and create a safer and more responsible online environment.
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