New Delhi: Delhi Pradesh Congress Committee (DPCC) President Chaudhary Anil Kumar has asked the Joint Parliamentary Committee (JPC) the alleged use of Israeli spyware ‘Pegasus’ to spy on at least 300 phone numbers, including phone numbers of opposition leaders, activists and journalists. Demanded on Wednesday to conduct an inquiry.
Anil Kumar also claimed that Congress leader Rahul Gandhi’s name is also in the list of possible surveillance targets. He claimed that Gandhi became the “target” of the current government as he has been repeatedly raising “inconvenient issues” such as corruption in the Rafale deal, farmers’ agitation and mismanagement of the Covid pandemic.
Question on Kejriwal’s silence
Anil Kumar said in a press conference at DPCC office, “Modi government should prove itself clean on this issue through JPC investigation.” Anil Kumar on alleged spying of phones of opposition leaders and other prominent citizens in Delhi. Also questioned the silence of Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal.
Government has been rejected in Parliament
Let us tell you that many opposition leaders of the country are busy surrounding the Modi government regarding this matter. At the same time, the government has also rejected this espionage case in Parliament.
It is worth noting that an international media organization has revealed that more than 300 mobile numbers of two Indian ministers, more than 40 journalists, three opposition leaders, including a large number of businessmen and human rights activists may have been hacked through the Israeli spy software Pegasus. .