The Supreme Court on Friday sought responses from the States governments of Delhi, Uttar Pradesh and Maharashtra on a plea by Aumkareshwar Thakur who allegedly created the Sulli Deals mobile application and was charged for promoting enmity between different groups..A bench of Justices Sanjay Kishan Kaul and MM Sundresh, however, wondered whether the plea can be allowed since the accused has been charged for different offences for distinct acts and in relation to creation of two apps - Sulli Deals and Bulli Bai. "There are different offences. One is sulli deals and another is Bulli bai. Can different offences be clubbed? You have uploaded photos of various people and each is aggrieved party," Justice Kaul remarked.He further noted that all the FIRs are different as there has been multiple uploads. "You are saying in respect of each website there is different proceedings. Can you say whatever uploaded is confined to one place," the judge further queried.The Court eventually issued notice but refused to stay the probe. Thakur had earlier been granted bail by a Delhi court in the Sulli deals case. .Sulli Deals, an open-source app containing photographs and personal information of Muslim women, was created by Thakur. He was arrested in January for the same before getting bail.He is also accused in Bulli Bai case, another such app which put out details of Muslim women and allowed users to participate in an auction of those women. Thakur, in his plea before the top court, has sought clubbing of FIRs in relation to the Sulli Deals case. .The accused was represented by Senior Advisor Rajeev Sharma along with Advocates Sahil Bhalaik and Tushar Giri.