The Twitter record of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s own site and the portable application was hacked early at the beginning of today, the online media monster has affirmed. Twitter said that it has taken “strides to make sure about the undermined account” and is “effectively researching” the circumstance.
The record apparently conveyed tweets requesting that its supporters give to the PM National Relief Fund through digital money.
The record passes by the handle narendramodi_in and has 2.5 million devotees and more than 37,000 tweets since it was made in May 2011.
The hacker is asking for donations through giving bitcoin addresses.
“We’re mindful of this movement and have found a way to make sure about the undermined account. We are effectively researching the circumstance. As of now, we don’t know about extra records being affected,” a Twitter representative said in an announcement.
The last tweet from the record was on August 31. The tweet has a statement of PM Modi from his month to the month radio program “Mann Ki Baat”. Ordinary updates from the Prime Minister’s talks and different projects are tweeted from @narendramodi_in.