A Twitter account connected to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s own site was purportedly undermined right off the bat Thursday, with a progression of tweets conveyed by an individual or a gathering recognizing themselves as ‘John Wick’ who later disclosed to HT that the hack was intended to demonstrate their innocence in a different penetrate including a well known internet business site.
A Twitter representative affirmed that the page @narendramodi is related with the PM’s site narendramodi.in was undermined. Soon after 3am, a few posts were made, including some encouraging individuals to give to a digital currency wallet that the programmers said was connected to the “PM National Relief Fund”. “There is no other goal to hack this record. As of late phony updates on our name saying PayTM shopping center [was] hacked by us. So we have sent email to all news distributers in India [that] it’s not us, nobody answered, so we chose to post something,” said an individual who reacted from the email address that was posted in one of the tweets after the hack. The tweets have since been brought down.