Leader Of Opposition Slams Center For “Not Letting MPs Speak” On Pegasus

Leader Of Opposition Slams Center For “Not Letting MPs Speak” On Pegasus

Leader Of Opposition Slams Center For 'Not Letting MPs Speak' On Pegasus

Mallikarjun Kharge mentioned the federal government shouldn’t be permitting different members to talk on Pegasus difficulty (File)

New Delhi:

With the controversy over the Pegasus mission sparking a row, Leader of Opposition in Rajya Sabha Mallikarjun Kharge has alleged that the federal government is attempting to scuttle down the difficulty.

“We have been demanding a dialogue on Pegasus difficulty. But the federal government is just giving a press release. One can solely ask for clarification if a press release is given and never all members will have the ability to converse. The authorities is doing the identical. It is an try to scuttle down and save themselves. They usually are not permitting different members to talk,” Mr Kharge instructed ANI.

Notably, Electronics and Information Technology Minister Ashwini Vaishnaw is ready to talk in Parliament on Thursday.

The Opposition has alleged that names of a number of Indian politicians, journalists, legal professionals, and activists have appeared on the leaked record of potential targets for surveillance by an unidentified company utilizing Pegasus spyware and adware. This comes following reviews printed in The Wire.

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