NIT Srinagar website hacked, ‘Free Kashmir’ messages posted

Srinagar
A day after Pakistan lost in the Champions Trophy match to India, pro-Kashmir elements hacked the website of the National Institute of Technology, based in Srinagar.
The website read: We shall fight till the last breath. What shall a man not pay for living? Everyday 100s of innocent people are abused, raped and even killed in Kashmir by the Indian army, a third of the deaths are children. We don’t want war. Take back your guns and go back to where you came from.


Identifying themselves as ‘All Pak Cyber Skullz Members’, the hackers quoted free Kashmir as their primary agenda, an India Today report said.
“All we ask is for freedom, you can kill us, you can’t kill us all, we shall not give up.” The poster went on to say: “Giving up is not an option.” In yet another poster the hackers declared their identity as ‘Hacked by SH11: Team Pak Cyber Skullz’.
The poster also said, “Go Modi Go.” To a rhetorical question – “You know why you got hacked – which the hackers obviously wanted to answer, the poster said, “Free Kashmir. Freedom is our goal. Kashmir does not want militarised governance. Stop killing children, raping women and imprisoning the men! They just want freedom! Freedom from the evil of the Indian Military!”
The report quotes one of the students talking to Mail Today, saying: We saw that the website had been hacked when some students tried to access it to see a few articles of the syllabus. We were shocked to see that the website bore anti-India literature, anti-Indian Armed Forces propaganda and a call to leave Kashmir and give it freedom.
The website is up and running now.

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