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Uttarakhand Minister’s social media accounts hacked

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Dehradun, Nov 2, 2019-

Cyber criminals have hacked all the social media accounts of Uttarakhand Urban Development Minister Madan Mohan Kaushik. Kaushik is currently touring the US and is expected to return on November 8.

Confirming the development, Uttarakhand Police chief Arun Mohan Joshi told: “A complaint was registered with the police about the minister’s Facebook, Twitter, Gmail and Instagram accounts being hacked late on October 30 night. The investigation has been handed over to the Cyber Cell.”

Kaushik’s Public Relations Officer Sumit Bhargav said: “Most of Mr Kaushik’s accounts are operated by me. However, I could not log in on October 31 morning after which I lodged a complaint.”

According to the investigation, the first attempt to hack the accounts was made from Turkey. They was hacked in the second attempt made from Slovakia.  (Agency)

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