Indian hackers pay 'tributes' to Pathankot martyrs on Pakistani websites

Hit where it hurts the most: A daring group of Indian hackers targeted some Pakistani websites to hail valour of Lt Col Niranjan Kumar and other soldiers who sacrificed their lives during Pathankot attack.

Last Updated: Jan 06, 2016, 23:49 PM IST
Indian hackers pay 'tributes' to Pathankot martyrs on Pakistani websites

New Delhi: Hit where it hurts the most: A daring group of Indian hackers targeted some Pakistani websites to hail valour of Lt Col Niranjan Kumar and other soldiers who sacrificed their lives during Pathankot attack.

According to The Time of India report, the hacker group named 'Indian Black Hats' based at Kerala hacked Pakistani websites including that of Pakistani Bar Council and paid tributes to Indian martyrs.

They claim to have dedicated the hacking to the 18-month old daughter of late Lt Col Niranjan of the National Security Guards who sacrificed his life while defusing an explosive from a terrorist's body at the IAF base at Pathankot.

"A Big Salute from team IBH To the familys of brave soldiers who lost their life in Pathankot Attack!! A Small Tribute to those Brave Soldiers who Laid their Precious Life for our Country and our People,.. We forgive.. We forget.. Don't Expect Anything from us..(sic)," TOI quoted excerpt from their content.

The group also clarified that they have not deleted any content from the websites but only uploaded the photographs of the daughter of Niranjan Kumar as a message to the citizens of Pakistan.