TIRUCHY: Devotees who tried to obtain the portal of the popular Sri Ranganathaswamy temple at Srirangam listed here on Saturday morning had been in for a shock as they discovered the web site hacked. Alarmed, the temple administration lodged a complaint with the Cyber Crime unit of the city law enforcement who introduced a probe and found that a Pakistan-dependent extremist team was driving the act.
In accordance to resources, the website www.srirangam.org is made and taken care of by a Mumbai-based business. The internet site gives total data about the temple and devotees can guide rooms at Yatri Nivas, as effectively as avail of solutions like e-hundi, e-thiruppani and e-annadanam. This aside, the web site displays the every day plan, puja timings, darshan timings and mode of choices.
With Vaikunta Ekadesi festivities beginning a few of days in the past, the temple authorities utilised to upload images of everyday activities and Namperumal’s ‘alangaram’.
Close to 2.fifty am on Saturday, devotees who tried out to accessibility the web site were stunned to see a observe that explained ‘you just received hacked’ and read ‘Pakistan Zindabad’.
More, a warning information was also shown which read through ‘Indian Kiddies Really do not Hack PK Websites Normally we will Wipe out Your Cyber Space’ and was attributed to a team referred to as ‘Pakistan LEETS’, an extremist team. Stunned devotees alerted temple officials who in flip lodged a complaint with the Cyber criminal offense police. The temple authorities also informed the firm in Mumbai which was dealing with the website. Subsequently, the web site was restored about 10.50 am.