Choose the right way to protest wrong
Recently more than 25,000 Indian websites have been hacked by a group of Bangladeshi hackers named 'Black Hat Hackers'. This group also includes hackers from Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Malaysia and other countries. They have hacked important government and official sites including the website of BSF. The hackers' main purpose was to make the Indian government and its people aware of the incidents happening at the border and also create pressure on the Indian government to stop the BSF's brutality.
I strongly believe the quote: “Every action has an equal and opposite reaction.” And this is what has happened. Indian hackers have already hacked five websites of various ministries in Bangladesh and are now making frantic bid to hack the sites of Bangladesh Telecommunications Company Limited [BTCL] and some other websites.
I appreciate that the new generation of Bangladesh is concerned about this issue and hence this protest. But isn't cyber war a wrong way to protest? This has created more complications between the two countries.
I hope we will protest against things which are wrong but always choose the right way of protest.