After Rahul Gandhi, INC’s Official Twitter Account Got Hacked & Abusive Tweets Are At Its Worst

Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi’s official Twitter handle was hacked on Wednesday evening, and filled with offensive tweets and now possibly the same hackers have launched an attack on the Congress party’s official Twitter account.

Even though a quick action was taken yesterday and deleted the distasteful tweets, the damage was further increased. The attack extended from Gandhi’s account to the party’s official account now. The group calls themselves as the ‘legion’ and said, “…Legion shall prevail, justice shall strike!”

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The Congress has, meanwhile, filed a complaint with the cyber cell of the Delhi Police on the hacking of its Vice President’s Twitter account. The complaint was filed by party’s chief spokesperson Randeep Surjewala, demanding strict action against those behind the hacking.

Meanwhile, Rahul Gandhi tweeted “To every one of you haters out there. I love all of you. You’re beautiful. Your hatred just doesn’t let you see it yet”

The hackers hacked INC’s twitter account and tweeted abusive words. They said ,”For every retard out there who thinks we have a political agenda – No, we don’t.” They even spoke to the common man and said, “Inspiration on the way for the common people – Fight the atrocious system till the day you die!”

Here are th series of tweets made by hackers:











This is a serious concern; Congress has got 2 blows within 24 hours. The party is going to take strict actions now and the matter is being investigated. The matter is also expected to reach both Houses of Parliament in the ongoing winter session as the Congress plans to raise it.

Rahul Gandhi: Mummy, both accounts got hacked

Sonia Gandhi: Beta, call Kejriwal for help. (Pun Intended!)


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