New Delhi: Team Kerala Cyber Warriors on Friday hacked the website of Hindu Mahasabha (abhm.org.in) after the group’s leader Chakrapani Maharaj’s controversial remark on the Kerala flood victims. The hackers put up a picture of the “Kerala Spicy Nadan Beef Curry” and also its recipe with a message for “Chakrapani psycho”. Also Read - 'Such a Kind Soul': Kerala Recalls Sushant Singh Rajput's Generous Act When He Donated Rs 1 Crore Towards 2018 Floods
“We respect people for their character and not their food habits,” the message read. The hacking of the Hindu Mahasabha’s website was apparently in response its chief Chakrapani’s controversial remarks on the flood victims that only those who do not consume beef should be helped in Kerala floods and not the ones who do. Also Read - Year-Ender 2019: From Cyclone Fani to Kerala Floods, Here Are Major Natural Calamities That Ravaged India
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Chakrapani had said that many innocent people died in the Kerala floods because a few kill cows. “Even innocents have been affected in Kerala today because of their misdeeds. Those who eat cow meat over there or are involved in killing cows, they should not be given any relief at all-whether it’s from the government or in kind,” he had said.
“Those people who were eating cow meat in Kerala until now-they used to cut up the cow and present it, they used to tease the environment and those who consider the cow sacred. They used to cut up cows and eat it and distribute it. The way they insulted the cow and killed it, this is the consequence of that,” he said.