A Mumbai court on Saturday remanded, Neeraj Singh accused in the Bulli Bai case, to police custody till January 27. .An MBA graduate, 28-year-old Singh was taken into custody by the Mumbai Police on Friday from Odisha, from where he was brought to Mumbai on transit remand.He was produced before the Metropolitan Magistrate at Bandra on Saturday, who remanded him to police custody for 5 days..The Mumbai Police is investigating the following accused in the case so far:Vishal Jha: The 21-year-old engineering student from Bengaluru was the first arrest in the case. He was arrested from Bangalore, remanded to police custody and then was sent to judicial custody after he contracted COVID. Mayank Rawat: The-21-year-old science under-grad student from Uttarakhand was also arrested immediately after Jha and was remanded to 3-day police custody. He was also sent to judicial custody after testing positive for COVID.Shweta Singh: The youngest arrested accused in the case, also from Uttarakhand was brought along with Rawat and kept in police custody for interrogation. She claimed that she had been slapped during interrogation. Neeraj Bishnoi and Omkareshwar Thakur: They were arrested by Delhi Police before being brought to Mumbai by the Mumbai Police. While Bishnoi is accused of creating the application on which the alleged objectionable auctions took place, Thakur is accused of an older Sulli Deals case. The accused were taken into police custody till January 27, 2022 for investigation in the Mumbai FIR..The first three arrests moved for bail, as soon as they were remanded to judicial custody, which was rejected by the Magistrate Court. While Jha has moved for bail before the Sessions Court, it is not clear whether the other two have approached Sessions Court.Jha had also moved a Delhi court seeking anticipatory bail in the case registered against him by the Delhi Police in the Bulli Bai case. The Delhi court rejected his application today..The case was triggered by an app called 'Bulli Bai', which appeared on open-source platform GitHub, putting out details of more than 100 Muslim women, allowing users to participate in an 'auction' of those women.The arrests took place by the Cyber Cell of the Mumbai Police after an FIR was registered on January 1 against relevant Twitter handles and the developer of Bulli Bai for offences under the Indian Penal Code and the Information Technology Act based on complaints of women targeted by the app.