India’s NSG website hacked by Pakistani hackers

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The website of India’s prestigious National Security Guard (NSG) has been hacked by Pakistani hackers. The website, nsg.gov.in has been inaccesible for last several hours with the message stating, “This site can’t be reached nsg.gov.in refused to connect. Search Google for nsg gov

NSG website

The NSG has, however, now taken control of the website and changed the name server since then. The website though remains inaccessible.

The hackers posted the following message on the website, ” INDIAN NSG COMMANDOS HACKED PAKISTAN ZINDABAD. 😀 Narendra Modi ku*********!!Ghar main Ghuss Ka Maraian gy 😀 ?? Ghusna toh dour ki bat tum log toh apni Lashain tank naiUthaty..Surgical Strike ?? na kui saboot na kui gawah ;D bus awam ko jhoti tasaliyanBalochistan 😀 ?Aao Na kabhi Khushbou laga kay Lahore?487 tanks 😀 1965 yad hai na?—- so jao beta so jao warna ISI aa jay ge.” (sic)

 

Meanwhile, Pakistani troops violated the ceasefire this morning along the Line of Control in Poonch district of Jammu and Kashmir but there was no casualty.

“There was firing by troops from across from 0900 hours along LoC in Poonch sector today,” an officer was quoted by PTI.

The Indian troops retaliated and there was a brief exchange of firing, he said, adding there was no causality.

The firing took place in Shahpur sector of Poonch.

On December 30, a civilian was killed as Pakistan army indulged in heavy cross-border firing targeting Indian positions and civilian areas along the Line of Control (LOC) in the Poonch sector of Jammu and Kashmir, prompting the Indian side to give a befitting reply.

On December 16, Pakistan army had targeted Indian positions along the LoC in the Balakote sector of the same district.

The 2003 India-Pakistan ceasefire agreement has virtually become redundant with a whopping over 300 incidents of firing and shelling along LoC and IB in J&K by Pakistani troops that resulted in death of 27 people, including 14 security personnel, since the surgical strike on terrorist launch pads in PoK on September 28-29.

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