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Saturday, 15 April 2017

This Woman Tweeted About A Man Who Sent Her Lewd Messages, After Which He Was Fired And Deported

This is New Delhi-based journalist Rana Ayyub.

On April 6, Ayyub tweeted screenshots of lewd messages she received from a guy on Facebook, adding that this was just an example of messages she received every day.

The man, Balachandran Lal, lives in the UAE and worked for UAE-based company Shadi Al Refai. However, after Ayyub filed a complaint and the company got wind of the entire situation, he was promptly terminated.

'We verified the accuracy of the information and checked on the name of the man. On April 8, at 8 a.m. the termination order of (B.B.) was issued,' the HR department of Al Refai said.
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"We verified the accuracy of the information and checked on the name of the man. On April 8, at 8 a.m. the termination order of (B.B.) was issued," the HR department of Al Refai said.

A few days later, Ayyub also tweeted that Lal's visa had been revoked and he is being deported back to India.

The Indian internet has been lauding Ayyub for calling out her harasser and saying they hope that Indian companies will also take the same stance.

Ayyub told BuzzFeed that even though she gets a lot of abusive messages from guys online, she decided to share Lal's because he blatantly messaged her from his own profile, in which his wife was with him in his display picture.

'I decided to name and shame this guy because enough is enough. Whenever I've reported men in the past, cops have said that nothing will come of it because they are anonymous. The company told me that he has been messaging abusive messages to many other women,' she added.
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"I decided to name and shame this guy because enough is enough. Whenever I've reported men in the past, cops have said that nothing will come of it because they are anonymous. The company told me that he has been messaging abusive messages to many other women," she added.

Ayyub said that the company reached out to her, apologising for Lal's behaviour, and even offered to bring her flowers. "This never happens in Indian companies, it was very sweet, and I felt very encouraged," she added.

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