Several radio and TV stations hacked in Russia

Several radio and TV stations hacked in Russia

Hacked radio stations in Russia broadcast fake speech by Russian President Putin

Pak Chronicle Web Desk

Several radio and TV stations hacked in Russia: Several radio stations were hacked in Russia and these hacked radio station broadcasted fake speech by President Vladimir Putin.

The Kremlin says the hackers hacked into radio and TV stations and broadcasted a fake speech by President Putin in which he reported on the occupation of the Ukrainian army.

Hackers took over the broadcasts of several TV and radio stations in the regions bordering Ukraine. The Kremlin said authorities have regained control of the airwaves.

President Putin’s fake speech announced that Ukrainian troops had captured three border areas of Russia.

The fake message said that Ukrainian troops, armed with NATO weapons, had occupied Kursk, Belgorod and Bryansk regions with the consent and support of Washington.

The voice used in the speech was very similar to Putin’s voice.

In the fake speech, martial law was also announced and it was said that the army is being sent to the three areas, the citizens should evacuate.

Responding to this happening, the Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said it was indeed hacking.

Further investigations are underway to determine who was involved in this activity and precautionary measures are also being adopted to avoid happening like it in future.

Vladimir Putin is a Russian politician who has been a prominent figure in Russian politics for many years. He was born on October 7, 1952, in Leningrad (now Saint Petersburg), Russia.

Putin served as the President of Russia from 1999 to 2008, and then again from 2012 to 2024. Prior to becoming President, he worked in the Soviet Union’s security agencies, specifically the KGB, where he reached the rank of lieutenant colonel.

During his presidency, Putin pursued policies aimed at consolidating power and strengthening the Russian state. He implemented economic reforms and oversaw a period of economic growth in Russia, driven primarily by high oil prices. However, his presidency has also been marked by concerns about restrictions on political freedoms, the suppression of dissent, and human rights violations.

Internationally, Putin has pursued a more assertive foreign policy, which has led to tensions with Western countries, particularly in relation to conflicts in Ukraine and Georgia. He has also sought to strengthen ties with other countries, including China and some Middle Eastern nations.

In 2024, Putin stepped down as President due to term limits imposed by the Russian constitution. He remains a significant political figure in Russia, but his role and influence have changed since leaving the presidency.

Meanwhile running a successful election campaign involves careful planning, effective communication, and engaging with voters and the political candidates, as per some political news have been adopting political activism to achieve certain political fundraising.

They have been targeting government policies to run their campaign finance by utilizing their lobbying efforts.

They also used political debates as a tool to make political analysis in their favor. Sometimes political advocacy also need political endorsements to achieve certain political goals. In many countries voters registration campaigns have served as a tool to exploit political gains.

However, fewer things like in take place in Russia as these norms are generally not acceptable on the state level over here.


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