Hindu Mahasabha website hacked; Spicy beef curry recipe on homepage

Hindu Mahasabha website hacked; Spicy beef curry recipe on homepage

Team Kerala Cyber Warriors hacked the official website of Akhil Bharatiya Hindu Mahasabha (ABHM) on Friday and posted a recipe of ‘kerala Spicy Nadan Beef Curry’ to its homepage.

This was done as a reaction to the ABHM chief Swami Chakrapan’s contentious comment that only those who do not eat beef should be helped in Kerala floods. He had also said that the innocent people in Kerala are dying in the flood that was caused because of people who killed, ate cows and exhibited it in the shops.

The website also wrote a message for ‘chakrapani psychos’, “We respect people for their character and not for their food habits.” Holding beef eaters responsible for the floods in Kerala, Chakrapani 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,” said the ABHM chief.

“If there is any emergency, they must take a pledge that they will never eat meat in the future. Those who eat cow meat are the incarnation of the devil himself. If courts cannot probe cow killings, if governments cannot act against it, this is why the environment is reacting this way–it is taking revenge. If you upset the natural environment, this is how it will react,” Chakrapani added.

Kerala is recovering from the disastrous flood in decades that caused 230 lives and thousands homeless. Huge damage to the state is witnessed, as of now, the government has estimated the loss of over Rs 19,000 crore.

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