Facebook page dedicated to farmers' cause "hacked", complaint filed with Morbi police

A Facebook page dedicated to farmer’s issues, problems, and knowledge has allegedly been hacked. The page was created in September 2014 to raise the voice of Gujarat farmers’ issues and problems. Its owner, Sipai Husen, claims, it has received more than 2 lakh likes, and it was growing at rapid rate in short span.
“On January 29, 2019, the page, which raised the voice of Gujarat farmers, went silent. It was hacked by some anti-farmer and anti-social elements”, Husen, said, adding, “I am shocked to find that some anti-social and anti-farmer elements have taken over our farmer’s Facebook page. We were working hard in highlighting the issues of Gujarat farmers.”
Husen, who lives in Panchasiya village of Wankaner taluka, has filed a police complaint in Morbi to get justice. The Superintendent of Police, Morbi, has handed over the matter to the Cyber Cell, Gujarat Police.



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