Indian Employee Fired and Deported By UAE Company for sending vulgar messages to Rana Ayyub

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Dubai : A Company in Dubai has been fired Indian employee from Kerala, for abusing Rana Ayyub on social media and sending her offensive messages.

According to gulf News, this incident came to light after Rana Ayyub, a well-known investigative journalist and Author of “Gujarat Files” exposed the vulgar messages on Twitter following which some of her followers reported the matter to the management of the UAE company where the Indian employee worked.

Indian man who is in his early 31, identified as Bincylal Balachandran (B.B.) from Kerala, He joined Alpha Paint in Dubai, a sister company of National Paints in Sharjah in 2015 and worked as a customer service employee.

Complaint :

According to company HR, Shadi Al Refai, human resource manager received the complaint by email on April 7 from a man saying that one of the staff members abused a woman on social media. The email included a copy of the abusive message sent by the Bincy Lal to Rana Ayyub.

“We verified the accuracy of the information and checked on the name of the man. On April 8, at 8 am the termination order of (B.B.) was issued,” Company HR said to Gulf News.

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The Company management summoned Bincy Lal who admitted sending the abusive messages and promised not to repeat his action. Then company management went through his wall and found many abusive posts against Islam.

“When we checked on his Facebook account, we saw the abusive message which was sent to that lady in addition to offensive posts against Islam,” Managment said.

Cybercrime law :

Under the UAE Cybercrime law, it is a crime of misuse of a computer or smart device , if found guilty, a lengthy jail term and/or a fine as hefty as Dh3 million.

The company said that we have terminated his contract and we will be paying for his tickets as her his rights according to the UAE labour law. On Monday, his visa was cancelled and he will be deported.

On hearing the news about the termination of the man, Ayyub, shared her happiness and tweeted this :

Ayyub also said, “I am planning to file an FIR [First Information Report] in Delhi tomorrow,” she said over phone to Gulf News.

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Congratulating the company for the quick and stern decision, she said: “I think it is brave of them to do this without even me filing an FIR…and without even getting in touch with me… He could do this at his workplace tomorrow if he doesn’t like someone. This is a lesson for even others who write such messages.”

Source : Gulf News 

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