They describe their activities on their group page, saying that they seek to ‘expose’ people and preserve the ‘honor’ of Malayalee women.They claim to have hacked Pakistan websites and to protect Indian soldiers.The ‘saviors’ revealed that I have been posting about female sexuality, menstruation, along with pictures of sanitary pads, etc which according to them are are dishonouring women.‘Respected’ Kerala Cyber Warriors, Thank you for your services.Ishika tried to reason with them for two days and finally wrote a complaint to Facebook, using their abuse reporting process.The US-based company explicitly forbids bullying and harassment but does not punish harassers unless victims submit reports of harassment through their official process.
Members of the group told her that women like her were “a blow to the Malayalam community” and that her activities were destroying the reputations of other young women.
They also demanded that she send them her login credentials so that they could delete the posts themselves. A member of the Facebook group then started to chat with Ishika, threatening to expose her if she did not comply with their requests within one day.
Ishika soon after published a Facebook post addressing the issue directly.
You are destroying your family honour and pushing your family to suicide.
A University economics student, Ishika was targeted by the group after she sent a message to several friends in an effort to collect data for a gender survey.
There has also been fallout from the incident on Facebook itself.