IIT-Delhi, AMU, DU websites hacked into; pro-Pak slogans displayed

New Delhi, April 25
Websites of IITs Delhi and BHU, Aligarh Muslim University and Delhi University were hacked into by some people who identified themselves only as PHC on Tuesday.
Pro-Pakistan slogans displayed on IIT-Delhi’s website read: “Do you know what your so called hero’s (soldiers) are doing in Kashmir ? Do you know they are killing many innocent people in Kashmirs ?Do you know they have raped many girls ? Do you know they still are raping girls in Kashmir ? How would you feel if your brother, sister, father and mother gets killed 🙁 ? How would you feel if someone rapes your mother or sister; Won’t your life and your families be destroyed ?”
The hackers, apparently from Pakistan, said the hacking was in response to “Code-Man’s hack of railways.gov.pk”. Reports said that mobile versions of both DU and AMU were both hacked into, as was CSIR-National Aerospace Laboratories website. Both DU and AMU websites displayed similar slogans.
They were both restored later. The incident comes days after some Indian hackers took down 30 Pakistan government websites to protest former Indian naval officer Kulbhushan Jadhav’s death sentence.
“Charges against Kulbhushan Jadhav are fictitious, fake and farcical. There is no evidence of wrong doing by him. This is an act of “premeditated murder’. Earlier it was Sarabjeet, now it’s Jadhav.” Indian hackers are reported to have written on the websites.

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