“We have been demanding a discussion on the Pegasus issue. But the government is only giving a statement. Clarification can only be requested if a statement is given and not all members will be able to speak. The government is doing the same. It is an attempt. to slip away and save themselves. They don’t allow other members to speak, “Kharge told ANI.
In particular, the Minister of Electronics and Information Technology, Ashwini Vaishnaw, will speak at Parliament Thursday.
The Opposition has alleged that the names of several Indian politicians, journalists, lawyers and activists have appeared on the leaked list of possible surveillance targets by an unidentified agency using Pegasus spyware.