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Turkey secretly helped Pakistan in forming a cyber army against India – Report

Cyber ​​Army Against India: Turkey has secretly helped Pakistan establish a cyber-army under a bilateral agreement, which was used to attack domestic political targets as well as the US and India. According to the Nordic Monitor, Turkey has been instrumental in shaping public opinion, influencing the views of Muslims in Southeast Asia, attacking the US and India, and establishing a cyber-military to reduce criticism against Pakistani rulers. helped Pakistan.

During a meeting with Turkey’s Interior Minister Suleiman Soylu in 2018, the then Prime Minister Imran Khan simultaneously held the post of Interior Minister and this plan was carried forward. According to the Nordic Monitor report, this covert act was concealed under the bilateral agreement on cooperation against cybercrime, while in fact it was against alleged influence operations carried out by the US, India and other foreign powers.

Plan made in 2018

According to the report, the proposal to set up such a unit was first put on the table during a private conversation between Turkish Interior Minister Suleiman Soylu and his host Shahryar Khan Afridi, the then Minister of State for the Interior, on December 17, 2018, according to the report. The matter was discussed. The Nordic Monitor reported that it was kept confidential at a senior level and from most employees of Islamabad’s interior ministry.

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Suleiman Soylu had told everything without taking names

The first public acknowledgment of this covert operation was made by Soylu on October 13, 2022, during an interview with a local TV station in Kahramanmaras. He did not name the country, but clarified that he was actually talking about Pakistan when he referred to a country that was on a five- or six-hour direct flight from Turkey.

The Nordic Monitor reported that Soylu gained notoriety for running a troll and bot army in cyberspace on behalf of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and had worked on similar covert operations before becoming interior minister in September 2016. Instead of investigating the actual crime on the Internet, Cyber ​​Unit teams are busy hacking opponents’ email and social media accounts, collecting personal data from cell phones and computers, and using the hacked material to intimidate and sometimes disseminate. to blackmail.

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