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PEGASUS espionage case reaches Supreme Court, demand for JPC probe

New Delhi: Delhi Pradesh Congress Committee (DPCC) President Chaudhry Anil Kumar has requested a Joint Parliamentary Committee (JPC) probe into the alleged use of Israeli spyware and adware ‘Pegasus’ to spy on at the least 300 telephone numbers, together with telephone numbers of opposition leaders. demanded to be accomplished. activist and journalist.

Chaudhary Anil Kumar additionally claimed that the identify of former Congress President Rahul Gandhi can also be within the checklist of potential hideouts. He claimed that Rahul has develop into the “goal” of the present authorities as he has been repeatedly elevating “inconvenient points” like corruption within the Rafale deal, farmers’ agitation and mismanagement of the corona pandemic. Addressing a press convention on the DPCC workplace, Kumar mentioned, "Modi government should clarify itself on this issue through JPC probe."

Kumar has additionally questioned Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal’s silence on alleged telephone espionage by opposition leaders and different outstanding residents. A global media group has revealed that greater than 300 cellular numbers of two Indian ministers, greater than 40 journalists, three opposition leaders together with numerous businessmen and human rights activists might have been hacked via Israel’s spy software program Pegasus.


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