Pakistani Website Hacked with a heading”RamLalla Hum Aaege, Mandir Karachi, Lahore Me Banaege”

In the midst of the festival of 74th Independence Day in India, the Indian programmers have by and by focused Pakistani sites on the event of Independence Day. Only a day prior to Independence Day, Indian programmers hacked the site of Fatima Jinnah Mahila University in Pakistan. It was hacked by programmers named ‘ Indian Cyber Troops ‘ and composed messages of Indian Independence Day on the site and saluted Pakistan.

Be that as it may, the site was reestablished presently.

A video of it was shared by Pakistani writer Nayla on her Twitter handle, which has a screen recording of the college’s site. The Indian programmers stated, “Hacked by Indian Cyber Troops”, and there was a tricolor on the site and photo of Lord Rama underneath it. The programmers composed beneath the photograph, ‘ RamLalla Hum Aaege, Mandir Karachi, Lahore Me Banaege. “In the following message, “a large number of individuals have relinquished their penances due to which our nation is praising this day today.

This isn’t the first occasion when that Indian programmers have hacked Pakistan sites on the event of Independence Day.

In the event of Independence Day in 2017, 2018, Indian programmers hacked them focusing on Pakistan sites. In 2017, the Government of Pakistan’s site was hacked “pakistan.gov.pk” and put the tricolor on it. Not just that, a couple of days prior, the acclaimed Dawn News site was hacked by Indian programmers and composed upbeat Independence Day with the tricolor and a video was additionally going on

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