The Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) has said that Pakistan’s Law Enforcement Agencies (LEAs) had identified a major cyber attack by Indian intelligence agencies in the country. In a statement on Wednesday, ISPR said Indian intelligence agencies had planned to target the mobile phones and gadgets of government officials and military personnel through cyber-attack. The military’s media affairs wing said that the cyber attack involved a “range of cybercrimes, including deceitful fabrication, by hacking the personal mobiles and technical gadgets of government officials and military personnel”. The statement further said that different targets of “hostile intelligence agencies” were being investigated. Pakistan Army has enhanced necessary measures to thwart such activities, including action against violators of standard operating procedures on cybersecurity, it added. Earlier, Pakistan Army troops had shot down an Indian spying quadcopter in the Pandu sector along the Line of Control (LoC).