(C) Reuters. India’s Independence Day celebrations at the historic Red Fort in Delhi
BENGALURU (Reuters) – A Twitter account of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s personal website appeared to be hacked early on Thursday with a series of tweets requesting its followers to donate to a relief fund through cryptocurrency, which was subsequently taken down.
Twitter did not immediately respond to Reuters’ request for comment. Modi’s office also did not immediately respond to a request for comment on the tweets posted on the account narendramodi_in.
Twitter account of India PM Modi’s personal website apparently hacked
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