Arvind Kejriwal’s wife Sunita Kejriwal has unleashed a scathing attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi and asserted that if he was “educated” he would have understood the consequences of the Ramsomware attack. She hinted saying that if the Prime Minister had the knowledge he would have contemplated that it was extremely “easy” to hack tons of electronic equipment.

“If Indian PM was educated, he could have understood from Ramsomware attack that how easy it is to hack millions of electronic equipments,” Sunita Kejriwal tweeted. The Delhi Chief Minister’s wife also took a jibe on the centre as the Modi government prepares to complete three years in power.

Reiterating Aam Aadmi Party’s stand on the EVMs, Sunita Kejriwal affirmed that “today was a black day of Democracy,” and that “rigged” EVMs “murdered” democracy three years ago.

Amid escalating concerns over cyber security from the recent Ransomware attack, the centre has affirmed that India had not been affected by it and that they are taking necessary steps to combat the issue.

“As far as this cyber issue is concerned, the Government of India is keeping a very strong watch on it. As per our information up to date, there have been isolated incidents in very limited areas in Andhra Pradesh and Kerala. But we have been updating our whole security measures since March itself, software has been installed,” Minister of Information and Technology Ravi Shankar Prasad said.

Recently, Sunita Kejriwal had also lashed out at sacked AAP minister Kapil Mishra after he levelled serious corruption allegations against her husband Arvind Kejriwal.