The Modi government can now listen in on the bedroom conversation; Congress openly

Highlight:

  • Criticism of the center
  • Interior Minister demanded resign
  • Congress also demanded that the Prime Minister be questioned

New Delhi: Congress has spoken out against the Center in the Pegasus leak controversy. Congress scoffed that the central government could now even overhear the conversation in the bedroom. Congressional spokesman Randeep Singh Surjewala said Union Interior Minister Amit Shah should be expelled and Prime Minister Narendra Modi should be questioned on the matter.

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Surjewala also explained how Pegasus software affects people’s lives. Surjewala also alleged that the software may have been installed on his daughter or wife’s phone.

“Whether you are in the bathroom or the bedroom, the Narendra Modi government can eavesdrop on you,” Surjewala said.

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The scam was commissioned by the Modi government to monitor it using spyware. The escape is treason. Congress also accused the central government of withdrawing from national security.

The congressional press conference was called after it emerged that the phones of Congressional leader Rahul Gandhi and political strategist Prashant Kishore had been leaked.

Meanwhile, the Union IT Minister Ashwini Vaishnav responded to the accusation of phone theft. He claimed that the government had not leaked anyone’s phone and was trying to overthrow the democratic government. He also alleged that the report was published just before the parliamentary session.

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