Delhi: The Supreme Court yesterday ruled in the Pegasus espionage case and filed a petition for an independent inquiry

News Desk, Amar Ujala, New Delhi

Published by: Sanjeev Kumar Jha
Updated to Tuesday, 26 October 2021 01:55 PM IST

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The Supreme Court will announce its order tomorrow on petitions filed seeking an independent investigation under court supervision in the Pegasus espionage case.

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The Supreme Court will announce its orders tomorrow on petitions filed seeking an independent court-supervised investigation into the Pegasus espionage case. A three-judge bench headed by the Chief Justice will deliver the verdict. The bench comprises Chief Justice NV Ramanna, Justice Suryakant and Justice Hima Kohli. Twelve petitions have been filed in connection with the investigation into the Pegasus espionage scandal.

Let us inform you that earlier on September 13 the Pegasus espionage case was heard in the Supreme Court. During the hearing, the Central Government clarified that it was not going to file an affidavit on the matter. The government said it was not a matter of public debate and therefore could not file an affidavit. She did, however, agree to set up a panel to investigate the espionage allegations.

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The Supreme Court will announce its orders tomorrow on petitions seeking an independent court-supervised investigation into the Pegasus espionage case. A three-judge bench headed by the Chief Justice will deliver the verdict. The bench comprises Chief Justice NV Ramanna, Justice Suryakant and Justice Hima Kohli. Twelve petitions have been filed in connection with the investigation into the Pegasus espionage scandal.

Let us inform you that earlier on September 13 the Pegasus espionage case was heard in the Supreme Court. During the hearing, the Central Government clarified that it was not going to file an affidavit on the matter. The government said it was not a matter of public debate and therefore could not file an affidavit. She did, however, agree to set up a panel to investigate the espionage allegations.

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