BJP Goa Website Hacked, 'Pakistan Zindabad' Slogan Displayed

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The hackers, who gained acceess into http://www.goabjp.org, posted 'Pakistan Zindabad' slogan.

Panji, October 15: The official website of Bharatiya Janata Party's Goa unit was hacked on Monday as it displayed pro-Pakistan slogan. The hackers, who gained acceess into http://www.goabjp.org, posted 'Pakistan Zindabad' slogan. It was not clear whether the website was hacked by some Pakistani.

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The hacked BJP Goa website displayed an email ID namely catch.if.you.can@Hotmail.com and a name - Muhammed Bilal. The BJP is yet to respond on the hacking. In April, the website of BJP's Jammu and Kashmir unit was hacked for a brief period.

The hackers, who called themselves "Team Kerala Cyber Warriors", had posted a message accusing the state unit of protecting a "gang of pedophiles" who had aligned with some of the ruling BJP's office-bearers in context of the rape of an eight-year-old girl at Kathua in January.

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The hackers, who used the colours of the Indian flag in the message, said there should be nothing beyond humanity and "discrimination cannot be tolerated".