New Delhi: Website of a private school in Rohini was allegedly hacked and pro-Islamic State messages were written on it, police said.
After the revelation, Delhi Police has asked its Cyber Cell to look into the matter.
The website was defaced in mid November, and on November 30, the school got a call on its landline phone from an international number.
The caller spoke in Arabic and threatened to eliminate the owner of the school, the principal of the school told police.
Although no case has been registered, police have asked for a map of the school to ascertain the entry and exit points in order to prevent an untoward incident.
“It could also be a hoax or a prank by someone which could also include a student. We are investigating the matter from all possible angles,” said a senior police official.