Indian hackers befitting response to Pak on Independence Day: Hacks over 80 Pak websites, hoists tricolour
New Delhi: In no less than a befitting reply to the neighbouring country Pakistan, Indian hackers went on to spoil their agenda on Ram temple and Kashmir.
On Independence Day, a group of Indian hackers who themselves call ‘Indian Cyber Troops’, hacked more than 80 Pakistani websites and hoisted the Indian tricolor on these websites. It was also the time when Prime Minister Narendra Modi was giving a stern warning to Pakistan and China to not engage in aggression or anti-india activities.
The Indian hackers also posted a picture of Lord Ram on Pakistani website and wrote ‘Ram Lala Hum Aayenge, will build temple in Pakistan and Karachi too.’ This enraged the Pakistanis and took to social media to express their anger.
The hackers told Zee News that it was only their tribute to the Indian armed forces and they will not allow anyone to threaten the sovereignty of India. The hackers said that they are not backed by any organisations and only want to teach a lesson to those who are against India.