Saturday, November 30, 2013

Cyber terrorist team and fake followers of Narendra Modi

While reading this post you will understand how IT companies are playing a cyber terrorist role in India for our few politician and how they sold their soul for money in simple word " kaise yeh log apne desh ko andar se khokla bana rahe hai "

An undercover operation by Cobrapost exposes how IT companies across the country are using social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter and YouTube to help politicians artificially boost their popularity and malign their opponents.

In a sting operation named ' #OperationBlueVirus ' conducted by the web portal, Cobrapost exposed about two dozen such companies which are running the shady business of online reputation management, Editor Aniruddha Bahal said in a media release on Friday.

Bahal claimed that the companies offered the following services: 
  • They would generate fake following on Netaji's Facebook page, running into lakhs, by creating fake profiles or buying likes from the community of netizens.
  • They would create a good fan-following on Twitter, by buying packages of followers. 
  • They would not allow a negative comment to appear on Facebook page.
  • They would do negative publicity against Netaji's opponent, employing methods not necessarily ethical or legal. 
  • They would post the negative content online from countries such as the United States or Korea, to avoid detection of its source.
  • They would use assembled computers for negative campaign and destroy them after the project is over. 
  • They would use proxy codes on their computers such that their locations change every hour, making detection impossible.
  • They would create fake profiles of Muslims to engage Muslims and change their views about Netaji and his party. 
  • They offered to make the promotional videos go viral on YouTube.
  • They would put at Netaji's disposal an in-house database of voters, categorized according to their vocation, area of residence, age, income level and religion. 
  • They would use offshore IPs and servers to avoid tracing of the source of online content.
  • They would hack into the computers of other individuals for posting defamatory content using their IPs.
  • They would use Internet-based messaging system to circumvent TRAI regulations on mass SMS. This they would do using short codes instead of actual phone numbers to mask the identity of the sender.
  • They would accept payments only in cash to avoid paper trail to ensure that no connection is established between them and their client.

Many of these malpractices violate various laws, such as the Information Technology Act 2000, the Representation of the People Act 1951 and the Income Tax Act 1961, and are as such punishable under various sections of the Indian Penal Code.

Bitter truth for Narendra Modi:

The chief minister of Gujarat Narendra Modi, who will be battling for the Prime Minister post from the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in the 2014 Lok Sabha elections, has ample of supporters in the country. Enchant of Modi can also be seen on the social networking websites where he remains active most of the time. But to our surprise, the political leader and society’s role model has fake followers on his Twitter page!
In an online investigation by team Pardaphash, it is found that Modi has over 23 lakh followers on Twitter, around 40 lakh likes on Facebook and over 8 lakh have him in Google Plus circles.
Investigating further, Pardaphash found a URL ( of a globally acclaimed website which defines how many fake followers a person has on his Twitter account.

We found that 69% of Modi’s Twitter followers are fake and 22% are inactive which means that Narendra Modi only has 9% of active and real followers.
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Key Highlight on BJP's prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi:

Operation Blue Virus also makes certain stunning revelations. If the claims of the companies exposed are to be believed, among political parties, BJP is at the forefront in social media campaign, so is its Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi, with scores of companies working overtime for him. This puts a question mark on the claims of the BJP leadership that there is a wind blowing in favour of their party and Narendra Modi.

Trikam Patel, Co-Founder, Triams, Bangalore:

Believing in one-up-manship, Trikam Patel gives an example of Narendra Modi’s campaign on social media: “Aap dekhte hi hain na Facebook mein Modi ka kitne cartoons wagaireh ye sab kuch karta hai … cartoons rahta hain unke articles ache ache tareeke se likhe jaate hain taaki uska promotion ho (You must have observed there are shown a number of cartoons on Modi’s Facebook site … there are cartoons … articles on him are well written so that his promotion goes well).” He says the fact is the Gujarat public is very gullible so much so that if you tell them there is a ghost around, they will simply believe it. It is, therefore, quite easy to do any kind of promotion with them.

Sanjeev Singh; Ravi Agarwal, Webolaxy, Malviya Nagar, New Delhi:

Agarwal claims on camera to have worked for Modi: “Narendra Modi ka Sir fan page jo hai na … hum log Ahmedabad ki ek company hai unka hum log bhi kaam kar rahe hain usmein … All About Ads company hai … event company hai … unke saath mein hum partnership mein Narendra Modi ji ke Facebook page pe bhi kaam kar rahe hain (Sir, there is this fan page of Narendra Modi’s … there is a company in Ahmedabad … all About Ads company hai … it is an event company … we are working in partnership with them on the Facebook page of Narendra Modiji’s).” Agarwal knows the pulse of our society ridden with biases of language, caste and creed, and knows how he can engineer such sentiments to make political capital. One has to reach out to voters in their own language which Agarwal calls as language calling, a concept new to India. Listen carefully how casually he puts it: “… profile banayenge … har dharma ke logon ki … maan lijiye agar mussalman hain toh BJP se mussalman log kum jude hue hain … toh hum pachas profile mussalman ke banayenge … fake profile … aur wo keval minister apne jo hain jo aapke jo Neta hain unki badai karenge … haan … aur kya hai na ye alag alag profile jo hogi ye saari jaise maan lijiye Raheem ke naam se ek profile banai … theek hai … ab ye Raheem kya karega saare mussalman logon ko apni profile mein jodega kyonki direct BJP se koi judega nahin (… we will make profiles of people of all religions … suppose there are Muslims … now only few of them are associated with the BJP … so we will make 50 Muslim profiles … fake profile … and they will only praise the minister, your Netaji … yes … and with these different profiles … for example, we make profile in the name of Raheem … Ok … now what this Raheem will do is he will link all Muslims to his profile because no Muslim would like to associate with the BJP).” Look at how Agarwal would destroy the reputation of our opponent, applying the same method. “Negative aap chahte ho unki burai karein (By negative you mean to defame him).”

Agarwal reassures of the result: “Wo Sir itni profile bana denge itni profile bana denge Internet pe itni profile … kum se kum … log honge chaar hazar Facebook pe negativity daalenge (Sir, we make so many profiles on the Internet that we will at least 4000 people doing this negativity stuff on Facebook).” We also come to know that the duo have contributed heavily to Narendra Modi’s following on this digital world. Listen carefully to what Singh says: “Bahut laye hain Sir (We have brought many likes for him Sir).”

Priyadarshan Pathak, Websol Media, Railway Road, Gurgaon:

His company is also handling, we are informed, Narendra Modi’s campaign on social media. Pathak says he would assign our netaji’s campaign to a Congress baiter who is a die-hard Modi fan: “Main aise bande ko aapke ispe lagaoonga … wo Congress se bahut wo hai … matlab khilaf hai (I will get a fellow on this project of yours … who hates Congress …).” A dentist by profession, this fellow generates about 2000 likes a day on his page.
Pathak claims: “Jo banda yahan baitha rahega na wo humesha … agar ye kuch karta hai na toh wo humesha kisi ne kya comment diya hai … kuch galat diya hai toh turant wahan se remove karega (the fellow who sits here will always … he observes what kind of comments the fellows have written … if there is some mal-comment is given he will remove it immediately).”

Rohit Mahajan, Director; Mohit Mahajan, Director; Shwetank Pathak (Sales Head); Vikas Chopra (Sr. Team Leader), Cloudmay India, Sector 16, Noida, Uttar Pradesh:

The party these gentlemen are working for is BJP and the man is none other than Narendra Modi. They all agree to run a negative propaganda against our opponent. They will make a website in the name of our opponent on which all the defamatory things will be posted. Giving an example of an anti-Modi website,, they together reveal their modus operandi. Says Vikas Chopra: “Toh uspe anti-Modi post aati hai … aise hi Pappu ka bana hua hai ispe … uspe Rahul Gandhi ke against aati hai saari (So, we receive anti-Modi posts there on that … it is just to make fools of people … on that we receive posts against Rahul Gandhi).” They are managing two websites, each for our Man Modi and Rahul Gandhi.

I really appreciate the work of Cobrapost team, who are showing this reality.
Source: Cobrapost 

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