NCW demands removal of Faizal Siddiqui's TikTok account for promoting violence
New Delhi : National Commission for Women has demanded removal of Faizal Siddiqui's TikTok account after one of the Twitter user filed a complaint against him for promoting acid attacks on women in one of his videos.
In the mentioned video, he says, "Usna tumhe chor diya jiska liya tumna Mujhe chora that".
The user tweeted, "I have filed complaint, Faizal Siddiqui, for the TikTok video promoting acid attack towards our women. This type of action shouldn't be promoted and strict action should be taken @Rajput_Ramesh @MODIfiedVikas @indiantweeter @TajinderBagga"
Now, the NCW has tweeted that they are in touch with TikTok India and have demanded them to strike off the video and delete his account. "@NCWIndia have contacted Tik-Tok India @TikTok_IN to remove the video & delete the account of #FaizalSiddiqui that instigate committing violence against women," NCW tweet read.
The letter also read as "The Commission is seriously concerned about the increase in crimes against women. The video not only seems to promote violence against women but shows the patriarchal mindset which would send a very wrong message to the society.
Faizal Siddiqui is the brother of another controversial TikTok influencer Amir Siddiqui.