The official website of the Akhil Bharatiya Hindu Mahasabha was allegedly hacked by a group calling itself ‘Kerala Cyber Warriors’ on Friday afternoon. The hacker group posted a GIF showing beef getting sliced.

The hackers also posted a “recipe” of “Kerala spicy nadan beef curry” complete with all ingredients and serving method.

Attacking the Hindu Mahasabha chief Swami Chakrapani over his statement linking beef consumption to Kerala floods, the hackers wrote, “To Chakrapani psycho, we respect for their character and not for their food habits. My middle finger salutes you.”

The text was followed by a picture of the Anonymous man flipping the bird.

Commenting on the devastating floods in Kerala, Swami Chakrapani had on Thursday said that only those who do not eat beef should be rescued.

“I am also appealing for help in Kerala. But help should be given to those who respect nature and creatures. When roti was available to people in Kerala, they were slaughtering the cow to eat her meat. So, what I mean is that Hindus should provide help to those who avoid cow meat,” Chakrapani reportedly said.

The Hindu Mahasabha website was down at the time of writing. The identity of the hackers is not clear.