News Desk, Amar Ujala, New Delhi
Published by: Amit Mandal
Updated to Wednesday, 27 October 2021 04:57 PM IST
Rahul Gandhi said in the Pegasus case .. We will raise this issue in the last parliamentary sessions as well. The Supreme Court today also commented on the matter.
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An attack on democracy
Rahul said it was an attack on the country’s democracy. Let us raise three questions in Parliament. Only the government can buy Pegasus. Asked who bought it, whose phones were tapped, and on whom it was used. The list includes the Chief Justice, former prime ministers, chief ministers, BJP leaders and several opposition leaders. Its data were received by the Prime Minister and the Home Minister.
He questioned whether the Pegasus data was available in any other country or only with the Government of India. Parliament was adjourned due to lack of response. All the opposition stood united. We said even then that this was an attack on our country and democracy.
If not, the government must answer
He said the government had made a mistake, otherwise the government would have to answer. If you do not respond it means you are hiding something.