The journalist, VP Rajeena, incurred wrath of the members of her community after she went public on Facebook on Sunday about the happenings in madrassas which she claims to have witnessed during her childhood.
Rajeena, in her post, narrated how madrassa teachers allegedly used to 'inappropriately grope' both boys and girls who came for religious studies. This led to a furore and she was flooded with obscene messages and open threats on her profile.

Facebook closed down her account following mass reporting by her critics. When contacted, Rajeena said "My Facebook account was blocked following mass reporting. What I had said was no exaggeration but the truth and only the truth," she told reporters.
She also said if the threats continue, she would be forced to approach the police. Rajeena said her motives were questioned and efforts were made to present it as an attack on the religion.

Meanwhile, Facebook in a statement to media clarified that Rajeena's Facebook account had been closed due to a 'technical error'. "This was a technical error and we're sorry for the trouble it caused. We have restored the account," it said.

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