Twitter affirmed on Thursday that a account of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s own website was hacked with a progression of tweets requesting that its followers to donate to relief fund through cryptographic money.
The episode comes after a few Twitter records of conspicuous characters were hacked in July.
Twitter said it knew about the action with Modi’s site account and has found a way to make sure about it.
“We are effectively examining the circumstance. As of now, we don’t know about extra records being affected,” a Twitter representative said in a messaged explanation.
Modi’s office didn’t promptly react to a solicitation for input on the tweets posted on the record @narendramodi_in.
The record, with over 2.5 million adherents, is the official Twitter handle for Modi’s own site (https://www.narendramodi.in/) and the Narendra Modi versatile application.
Modi’s own Twitter account, which was unaffected by this occurrence, has more than 61 million supporters.
The tweets, which have since been brought down, requested that the adherents give to the PM National Relief Fund through digital currency.
Programmers had in July gotten to Twitter’s inward frameworks to capture a portion of the stage’s top voices including U.S. presidential competitor Joe Biden, previous US president Barack Obama and extremely rich person Elon Musk, and utilized them to request computerized money