A group of Pakistani hackers called “Alone Injector” has hacked the website of an Indian special forces unit, the National Security Guard (NSG). The hackers posted threatening messages targeted at India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi. They also posted a picture of the Indian Police beating Kashmiris, the caption of the image read “Free Kashmir.”

Pakistani Hackers posted one more message, which read,

“Ghar main Ghuss Ka Maraian gy ?? Ghusna toh dour ki bat tum log toh apni Lashain tank nai Uthaty..Surgical Strike ?? na kui saboot na kui gawah, bus awam ko jhoti tasaliyan. Balochistan ?Aao Na kabhi Khushbou laga kay Lahore? 487 tanks 1965 yad hai na?—- so jao beta so jao warna ISI aa jay ge.”

As soon as the government of India took notice of the messages, the website went offline. NSG is a special forces unit in India and it is under the power of Ministry of Home Affairs.

In October 2016, the same group reportedly hacked Indian website of National Program on Technology Enhanced Learning (NPTEL) after the incident of “Surgical Strikes”.

Recently, hackers gained access to the servers of Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) and left a message that read “Pakistan Jindabad”. A few months ago, a group of hackers blocked the official Twitter profile of the India’s Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi and the official twitter account of Congress.