Madhya Pradesh Congress leader Kamal Nath on Wednesday slandered the Center for spying on rivals, the media and critics of the central government, claiming that Pegasus spyware played a role in the fall of the Karnataka government.
Spying with the help of Pegasus has nothing to do with national security, but it is linked to the security of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Nath said, with more revelations lined up in the future.
If the Center says it did not buy the spyware from Israel, why can’t it say so in its affidavit in the Indian Supreme Court. With the unanimous opinion of the Opposition, S.C.
Nath asked the French government to immediately investigate the allegations, so why not in India, noting that the Indian government had not only purchased spyware from Israel, but also licenses to spy on enemies, the media and critics. .