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The Indian Prime Minister’s Twitter account has been hacked.

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The Indian Prime Minister’s Twitter account has been hacked for some time, with messages circulating that the country has approved the use of Bitcoin technology.

 

The office of Prime Minister Narendra Modi immediately announced that the message was written by people who had taken the account into account for a short time.

The Bitcoin message came as India had recently announced that it was going to impose stricter rules on the use of technology.

At the time, the Indian Ministry of Finance said there was no plan to approve the use of Bitcoin.

A message from Modi’s Twitter account said that after accepting the use of Bitcoin in India, the country bought the first one and was going to spread it among the people.

The message was immediately deleted from the Prime Minister’s account.

Modi has 73 million followers on Twitter. His office said in a statement that it had taken “serious steps” to prevent further fraud.

 

Narendra Modi is followed by more than 73 million people on Twitter

 

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