Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram account of Pakistan’s embassy in Serbia were hacked, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs notified on Friday.
The Twitter account of Pakistan’s embassy in Serbia questioned PM Imran Khan over staffs’ due salary.
“The Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram accounts of the Embassy of Pakistan in Serbia have been hacked. Messages being posted on these accounts are not from the Embassy of Pakistan in Serbia,” the Spokesperson of the FoA said in a tweet.
The Twitter, Facebook and Instagram accounts of the Embassy of Pakistan in Serbia have been hacked.— Spokesperson 🇵🇰 MoFA (@ForeignOfficePk) December 3, 2021
Messages being posted on these accounts are not from the Embassy of Pakistan in Serbia.
Earlier in the day, a tweet shared from the Pakistani embassy on Friday questioned PM Imran Khan while posting a parody song with the “Ghabrana Nahi hai (we do not have to worry)” catchphrase and captioned the post citing rising inflation and alleged non-payment of salaries for three months.
The verified account tweeted: “With inflation breaking all previous records, how long do you expect @ImranKhanPTI that we [government] official will remain silent & keep working for you without been paid for past 3 months & our children been forced out of school due to nonpayment of fees. Is this #NayaPakistan ?”
“I am sorry @ImranKhanPTI, am not left with another option,” it said in a later tweet.
On the other hand, Secretary info Insaf Youth Wing and Focal Person to CM Punjab, Azhar Mahwani shared that the Twitter account of the said embassy was hacked.
Twitter account of Pakistan's embassy in Serbia is #hacked reportedly.— Azhar Mashwani (@MashwaniAzhar) December 3, 2021
While Prime Minister’s Focal Person on Digital Media Dr. Arslan Khalid also claimed that the account was hacked according to the Foreign Office and it was conducting an inquiry into the matter.
The Twitter account of Pakistan's embassy in Serbia is hacked as per information from foreign office and @ForeignOfficePk is conducting an enquiry into it.— Dr Arslan Khalid (@arslankhalid_m) December 3, 2021