10:59 PM, December 04, 2018 / LAST MODIFIED: 11:06 PM, December 04, 2018

Kanak Chapa’s Facebook ID ‘hacked’

The Facebook ID and fan page of eminent singer and BNP candidate from Sirajganj-1 Romana Morshed Kanak Chapa have been allegedly hacked.

She filed a general diary with Paltan Police Station in this connection, Mahmudul Haque, officer-in-charge of Paltan Police Station, told The Daily Star.

“We have received the complaint and investigating into the allegation,” he said.

According to the general diary, her ID was hacked around 9:00pm on November 29 and the hackers demanded money over Facebook messenger to give back her ID.

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