CBI’s operation ‘Meghdoot’, child pornography case raided in 20 states

New Delhi | CBI Operation Meghdoot: Online pornography is also considered to be the biggest reason for the rapidly increasing sex crimes in the country. Minors are also committing a large number of sex crimes because of pornography. In such a situation, to control online pornography, the CBI has conducted raids in 20 states of the country today.

The operation was named ‘Meghdoot’
CBI raids 56 locations in online child pornography case. The code name of this operation has been given by the CBI as ‘Meghdoot’. Information was shared by New Zealand Interpol to Singapore regarding the child pornography spreading in India. After this Singapore informed India about this. After which the CBI has taken this action. New Zealand had disclosed about individuals involved in the alleged posting and dissemination of child sexual abuse material through various social media platforms.

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Gangs identified by CBI
CBI Operation Meghdoot: After this, the Central Investigation Agency has identified many gangs for this, which not only use material related to child pornography, but also physically blackmail children and use them. According to the information of the CBI, these gangs of pornography criminals give rise to crime in two ways. One at the group level and the other at the individual level. The CBI has also constituted a special unit named Online Child Sexual Abuse and Exploitation Prevention Investigation from 2019 to investigate cases related to online child sexual abuse. CBI has also constituted a special unit named Online Child Sexual Abuse and Exploitation Prevention/Investigation from 2019 onwards to investigate cases related to Online Child Sexual Abuse. Now the CBI team is conducting raids on them.

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