New Delhi: Former Congress President Rahul Gandhi has taunted the government over the Pegasus software issue. Rahul said that, “We know what he is reading in our phone.”
In fact, the Guardian and the Washington Post claimed in a report on the previous day that many governments of the world are spying on many big personalities including human rights activists, journalists, big lawyers through a special software named Pegasus. In which India is also included. At the same time, the Indian government has rejected these allegations.
At the same time, Rahul Gandhi tweeted about this whole matter and surrounded the government. He said, “We know what they are reading in our phones.” Without saying much, Rahul turned his attack on the government.
— Rahul Gandhi (@RahulGandhi) July 19, 2021
According to the claim, more than 40 journalists and others were spied in the country
Let us tell you, according to the claim of The Guardian and The Washington Post, there are more than 40 journalists in the country, three prominent opposition leaders, a constitutional authority, two ministers in the Narendra Modi government, current and former heads and officials of security organizations and a large number of businessmen. was spied upon. Let us tell you, all these allegations were justified by the Government of India and said that it is an attempt to malign the image of Indian democracy.
What allegations have the Guardian made?
According to the Guardian newspaper, this spying software has been sold by the Israeli surveillance company NSO to the governments of the countries. According to the revelations of the Guardian newspaper, more than 50 thousand people are being spied through this software.
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