Refuting NASA's claim of finding Vikram Lander on the surface of moon, ISRO chief K Sivan said that the Indian space organisation had found its debris long ago and the updates are there on its website.

An India Today report quoted K Sivan as saying:

Our own orbiter had located Vikram lander. We had already declared that on our website, you can go back and see.
ISRO Chief K Sivan
Source: NDTV

NASA had released the images of Vikram Lander's impact point on Tuesday, crediting Indian engineer Shanmuga Subramanian for his role in finding where the debris had fallen.

In a tweet, NASA had claimed that 'Vikram lander has been found by our @NASAMoon mission, the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter'.

But ISRO had notified people of finding Vikram Lander way before on September 10.

Vikram lander has been located by the orbiter of Chandrayaan-2, but no communication with it yet. All possible efforts are being made to establish communication with lander.

Vikram Lander was part of the Chandrayaan 2 mission which ended in heartbreak for the entire nation as ISRO lost communication with the lander when it was only 2.1 kilometers away from the surface of the moon.