Hackers place flag of Pakistan on Indian embassy website

The hackers left a message on the website.

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Hackers from Indian Occupied Kashmir hacked the website of the Indian Embassy and placed the flag of Pakistan on it. The incident happened on the 15th of August, the Independence Day of India.

The hackers left a message on the website. The message read, “We are hackers from IoK, we love Pakistan, we do not forgive, we do not forget, expect us.” The incident happened in Egypt. Kashmir Freedom Fighters are allegedly named behind the hacking of the embassy website. The website was hacked as a sign of protest against the Indian government.

People in IIOJK recorded their protest on the 75th Independence Day of India on Monday. A black day was observed in the valley on the occasion. A protest was organized in which the participants waived black flags and wore black armbands. Banners with anti-India slogans were held by protestors.

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Speakers on the occasion said that India has no moral justification to celebrate Independence Day while curbing the freedom of people in Kashmir.

“Curfew and military siege in IIOJK is a testament that Kashmiri people have nothing to do with India and they demand their right to self-determination”, they added.

They argued that waiving the Indian flag at every house under the shadows of the gun is a cowardly act. Protestors argued that the people of Kashmir have given a referendum against India by completely rejecting the brutal actions of August August 5, 2019, and India’s Independence Day on August 15.

They have demanded the United Nations Security Council conduct a free and fair plebiscite as per the resolution of the UN to solve the Kashmir issue.

Protestors said that if the Indian government did not stop the campaign in IIOJK t then soon a campaign will start in Azad Kashmir in which the Indian flag will be under the foot of Kashmiri citizens.

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