Hyderabad: The National Commission for Women (NCW) has taken up the matter of cyber threats against actor Meera Chopra and a case has been registered with the Cyber Cell.
“NCW India has taken up the matter with Telangana police and your case has been registered with their Cyber Cell. Chairperson Rekha Sharma has also asked B. Sumathi, DIG Women Safety Wing of Telangana police to send the Commission a status report on the issue,” the Commission tweeted in response to a tweet by the actor requesting action against the account holders.
A Twitter interaction of actress Meera Chopra with her fans went horribly wrong when supporters of Jr. NTR issued rape threats prompting her to request police to take action against the rowdy elements.
Meera, who rose to fame with Pawan Kalyan-starrer Bangaram, had invited her fans to ask questions on Twitter. One of the fans asked who her favorite Telugu actor was. Meera replied Mahesh Babu. This answer pricked the NTR fans. They started tweeting about gang-raping and killing her. They went to the extent to curse that her parents should die of Covid-19.
Shocked by the sudden attack from Jr. NTR fans. in one of her tweets, she tagged Jr NTR and Mahesh Babu and asked NTR if he feels successful having such an abusive fan base. She requested him not to ignore the tweet.
She finally tagged the Hyderabad police, NCW and cybercrime team and reported about all the accounts that have been threatening to rape her. She requested Twitter to suspend all those accounts. She tagged Hyderabad police with all the screenshots.