Indore police website hacked, hackers write 'Free Kashmir and Pakistan'
Indore police website hacked, hackers write 'Free Kashmir and Pakistan'

Indore: The official website of Indore police in Madhya Pradesh has been hacked. The hackers have written 'Free Kashmir and Pakistan Zindabad' next to the names of all additional SP Zone 2 officials. On the other hand, the tricolour flag has been wrongly replaced by the profile of DGP and IG Indore in the state. The incident has created a stir and the special team is busy recovering the page. It was only on Monday that the Madhya Pradesh Home Minister issued a red alert across the state.

The cyber team of Indore crime branch has come into action as soon as the news of the hacking came to light. She is trying to recover the website as well as gather information about the hackers. Senior police officials are not interacting with the media on the incident. A Pakistani hackers named Mohammad Bilal has already hacked the Delhi BJP website. Pakistan and Kashmir Zindabad were also written by hacking the Delhi BJP website in November 2019.

The BJP website read in big words, "Remember February 27" On this date a tragic incident occurred. On the same day, a mob set fire to a Sabarmati Express train full of karsevaks at Godhra station. Gujarat was then burnt in the fire of communalism. It was Bilal who also hacked the Andhra University website in April 2018. Bilal and his PCE team also came out in the website hacking of Goa BJP on October 15, 2018.

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