They also alleged that some persons had come to the venue of yesterday's protest with arms to attack them and also suspected that those with links to terror organisation were behind the hacking incident .
One of the main organisers of the event, Rahul Pasupalan, told PTI that they had filed a complaint with Kerala Home minister Ramesh Chennithala, seeking action against those behind the hacking.
He said that the page was found hacked this morning. However, a new page was uploaded a short time later. "We strongly suspect an online team with which was against us to be behind the hacking", he said.
"They also created vulgar posters of the women members," he alleged.
The organisation, which received much media attention following its novel protest against moral policing, has so far got nearly 90,000 likes.
The much-hyped 'Kiss of Love' yesterday failed to take off as police detained at least 30 organisers and sympathisers, including women, even before they could reach the venue of the symbolic protest against moral policing.
They were later let off at night. A huge gathering of people who had assembled at Marine Drive grounds to witness the Kiss protest were chased away by police.
On a lighter note, he gave credit for the 'success' of the event to those who had opposed them and the police.
Activists of the Shiv Sena, district unit of Kerala Students Union and a Muslim outfit took out marches against the event, organised by the 'Free Thinkers', a group of social networking website Facebook users against a recent moral policing incident at a restaurant in Kozhikode.