Hacker group Anonymous Operation India (AnonOps India), hacked Bharatiya Janata Party’s website, BJP.org, last night, and defaced it, posting a set of messages with pictures, reflecting the group's condemnation of recent events including the government's approval of 51% FDI in multi-brand retail, diesel price hike, corruption, the cartoon controversy, and the Kudankulam Power Project, among others. India here is what we have to say to you : bjp.org DEFACED. #OpIndia #OccupyIndia #IndiaRise — AnonOpsIndia (@opindia_revenge) September 18, 2012 The group also posted a YouTube video with a message from anonymous saying that the group's been observing the deteriorating condition of free speech in India, and the government's attempts to block social media, and asked people to stand up and participate in the #OccupyIndiaground protest, which according to the message starts 23rd September 2012 (this Sunday) 3pm at India Gate, Delhi, Freedom Park, Bangalore, Marine Beach, Chennai, Park Street Crossing, Kolkata, MG Road, Pune and Subhash Park, Kochi. Here are some screenshots taken by us at the time when the site was defaced: At the time of writing this post the site has been restored. Last month, Anonymous Operation India (AnonOps India), had defaced the online magazine of the Indian Youth Congress – Yuvadesh.com, in support of India Against Corruption and protests against alleged internet censorship by the Indian government. Earlier, Anonymous Operation India defaced the official websites of Andhra Pradesh Power Generation Corporation Limited, All Indian Trinamool Congress (AITMC) and several websites related to the Mizoram government including the Mizoram Police website, Social Welfare website, Agriculture (Research & Education) Ministry, Mizoram Food And Allied…
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