A/C hacked, Tweet sent with malicious intent: Ratan Tata
“Shocked that my Twitter account was hacked yesterday and a spurious malicious was wrongly attributed to me. This spurious tweet has now been deleted and my Twitter account restored. I regret the inconvenience that this malicious and wrongful action may have caused,” he tweeted.
On Friday, a tweet by parody account @realhistorypic was shared by Tata’s account showed Reliance Industries Chief Mukesh Ambani and Prime Minister Narendra Modi together with the caption: Owner of Network 18 welcoming his employee to address people how (sic) cronies are going to halt inflation.
The tweet also marked Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal. Netizens were surprised by the tweet by the Chairman Emeritus of Tata Sons considering that he is not very active on Twitter.
Tata’s previous tweets are dated September 1, February 21 and December 28, 2015. He has 6.13 million followers and has 119 tweets since he joined the microblogging platform in April 2011.
The Twitter account of Trai Chairman R S Sharma too was hacked on Saturday and some obscene comments making fun of him were posted on the microblogging site. “I like dum ways to die because it is most funny,” one of the tweets posted from his twitter handle said.
Another tweet carried obscene comment and a link of Apple Appstore prompting to subscribe itune news. “This is to inform that Twitter handle of Chairman Trai has been hacked and absurd posts are being put out. Please ignore indecent messages being put out from his handle,” a Trai official said.
Sharma is on an official trip to Fiji and Australia. He is to attend a conference on regulator’s role in Financial inclusion and will be meeting telecom firms in Australia.