Goa BJP website hacked, 'Pakistan Zindabad' message posted by hackers
The portal goabjp.org is yet to be restored and under maintenance at the moment but the message 'Pakistan Zindabad' has been replaced with 'Jai Hind, Jai Bharat'.
A BJP functionary attached to the party's IT cell told PTI the website in question was an old one. He added that the new website has anti-hacking security measures in place.
He said the BJP had integrated its state units with the new website, which remained unharmed in the cyber attack.
BJP Goa general secretary Sadanand Tanavade refused to divulge details in connection with the cyber attack.
The party has not filed a police complain as yet, functionaries said.
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