Indore: The cyber cell of the Madhya Pradesh police arrested two directors of a firm which aired obscene films hrough an online video streaming service were arrested.
According to the police report, the two men ran the video streaming service with technical help from a Pakistani man.
Speaking to media, Superintendent of Police Jitendra Singh said “30-year-old Deepak Saini 27-year-old and Keshav Singh were arrested under the Information Technology Act. They were running this network from Gwalior.”
He added that they had hired Pakistan-based Hussain Ali through an online network to develop and maintain the OTT service.
The senior officer said “Obscene films were transmitted on their video streaming platform and its customers were spread in 12 countries. They used to charge ₹ 249 per month.”
“The cyber cell in Madhya Pradesh came to know about the platform during the ongoing investigation into an inter-state racket which lured girls by offering roles in web series and forced them to work in pornographic films,” he added.
“Four members of this gang have already been arrested,” the Superintendent of Police extended.