Maneka's People for Animals Website Hacked With 'Stray Dog Free India' Post
People For Animals (PFA) website was hacked by a group identified as Kerala Cyber Warriors (KCW) who pledged to make India free from stray dog.
File photo of union minister Maneka Gandhi (L) and Kerala Cyber Warriors logo (R).
New Delhi: People For Animals (PFA) website – founded by Union Minister for Women & Child Development Maneka Gandhi's – was hacked by a group identified as Kerala Cyber Warriors (KCW) who pledged to make India free from stray dog.
Police sources said, the KCW has taken control of the some pages on the site and blacked it out with a message "Stray Dog Free India"
"We have started an investigation and hopefully the hackers will be arrested soon," he said.
Apparently, it seems that the hackers committed the crime in a fit of rage after a 65-year-old woman was mauled to death by dogs in Kerala on Saturday.
Stray dogs have been a great menace in Kerala as more people fall prey to this menace.
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