Anuj Dayal, DMRC executive director of corporate communications, on Wednesday, July 10 informed that an internal probe was ordered and a complaint was lodged with cyber cell of city police. [Update: Delhi Metro awarded post-dirty MMS controversy]
Speaking about their action on the reported leakage of CCTV camera footage, Dayal was quoted as saying, "DMRC is conducting a thorough internal inquiry into the reports of circulation of objectionable video clips. The Delhi Metro management has already reported the issue to the Cyber Crime cell of the police."
Earlier it was reported that porn movies and vulgar MMSes have been created by the footage which were captured by such CCTV cameras.
The porn movies and MMSes were uploaded in various porn sites. It was reported that many such videos have been made but were yet to be released in public domain.
According to media reports, intimated moments of couple in the train and metro stations were captured in the videos. Total 13 videos have been uploaded on porn sites so far and these have been viewed by nearly 1.5 lakh people.
Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) and DMRC earlier had begun a blame game. The CCTV camera footage are accessed only by these two agencies.
CISF Director General Rajiv was quoted as saying, "We are just the monitoring agency. DMRC controls the database into which this CCTV footage goes, and so the leak most likely happened at its end."
On the contrary, DMRC employee, on the condition of anonymity, said CISF officials are equally responsible for the videos captured by the CCTVs.