An Indian hacker group claims to hack a website of Botanical Research Center, Banke. The group claims this hacking incident on their Facebook page eight hours ago.
In a Facebook post they mentioned, “don’t mess With Indians
We Don’t Have Rules
We Are The Rules Expect Us!
You Nepal You Lose :(.”
The motive behind this hacking is mentioned by the Indian Cyber Troops in Hindi, ” Sabko Pta Hoga ?”which means in English, “Everyone Knows.”
True, the world knows about the current situation of India and Nepal. On March 8, India opened an 80km (50-mile) road linking its northern state of Uttarakhand with Lipulekh on the border with Tibet across the contentious part of the land. Before that India had published its political map on October 31, 2019, where Nepal protested the new map of India stating it includes disputed land which belongs to Nepal.
Recently, Nepal has published a new political map that covers a little portion of disputed land, toughening its stand on a decades-long row covering the territory with India, which has rejected the move.
The new map that shows a fragment of land – including Limpiyadhura, Lipulekh, and Kalapani – extending out from the northwestern tip of Nepal was made public on Wednesday by Land Management Minister Padma Aryal, who said the event was “historically pleasant” for Nepal and its people.
Nepal claims the territory under an 1816 treaty with British Malay Archipelago Company, which sets the Kali river as its western boundary with India and says the land occupying the east of the river was its territory.
The whole world is fighting against Coronavirus, the virus already affected all the nations economically. In recent days the virus epicentre is shifting towards India while in Nepal cases are getting worse than before, despite, Both India and Nepal seem to enter the “Cartographic War” between the 2 governments and “Cyber War” started by hacking group Indian Cyber Troops against Nepal Government.
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Link: http://www.dprobanke.gov.np/about.php (Botanical Research Center, Banke)