Odisha Witnesses 3 Sex Videos In 24 Hrs, Twin City Police Commissioner Stresses On Awareness Drive

**Bhubaneswar: ** Despite Odisha Police’s repeated warning of stringent action against people sharing nude photographs and sex clips on social media, such videos continue to circulate as more such videos have gone viral in the city within a span of 24 hours. The city woke up to three such incidents this morning, with sex clippings of a dancer, a singer and a bank employee getting viral on social media. To tackle the rampant menace of obscene videos going viral on social media, the Commissionerate of Police conducted a workshop in association with Cyber Cell where issues relating to cyber crimes and ways to deal with them were discussed. Speaking on the issue, Bhubaneswar-Cuttack Police Commissioner Y.B. Khurania said, “We live in a global village. Every individual is interconnected with another through internet and social media. Smart phones and modern technology have brought sea changes to our lives with every service available at our fingertip.” “However, on the flip side, social media has exposed us to immense vulnerability including potential exposure to cyber crimes. Hence, awareness is needed to be safe. We should be careful as to what we are sharing on social media because once shared, things always remain on the web forever. A slight carelessness can cost big in the long run,” the Police Commissioner stressed. In response to the allegations that the police is not taking adequate measures to curb such crimes, Khurania said that almost everybody is using social media these days through smart phones and desktop. “Things which an individual shares on social media is beyond the control of law enforcement agencies. However, people should always be aware of the nature of things which they are sharing with the world. On its part, the Police Department can only create awareness to stop this menace. People should be very discreet and cautious while sharing their personal pictures on social media to ensure safety from any untoward incident in future,” Khurania explained. The Commissionerate of Police also issued a standard operating procedure (SOP) for taking up investigation in such incidents. It included registration of cases under relevant sections of law, the evidence to the gathered and detailed procedure of investigation. **Also Read: ** [Odisha Dancer’s Sex Videos Go Viral](https://www.ommcomnews.com/public/odisha-dancer-s-sex-videos-go-viral) **Also Read: ** [Surat Rape Horror: Minor Victim Not From Odisha, Claimed To Be From Andhra](https://www.ommcomnews.com/public/surat-rape-horror-minor-victim-not-from-odisha-claimed-to-be-from-andhra)


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