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Trinamool MPs protest in phone tapping case

Trinamool MPs stage protest over alleged phone tapping issue.

New Delhi | Trinamool Congress MPs on Tuesday protested in front of Mahatma Gandhi’s statue in Parliament over the issue of alleged phone tapping and also handed over notices for discussion on it in both the Houses of Parliament. On this day, Trinamool Congress MPs first gathered near the statue of Mahatma Gandhi and started protesting.

The issue of spying using Pegasus spyware turned into a major political controversy inside and outside Parliament as opposition parties demanded a thorough investigation and dismissal of Union Home Minister Amit Shah.

Trinamool MP Sukhendu Shekhar Roy has given a notice in Rajya Sabha under Rule 267, seeking suspension of all business for discussion on Pegasus issue.

Poll strategist Prashant Kishor’s phone was also tapped using NSO Group’s Pegasus spyware in the midst of heated assembly elections in West Bengal earlier this year, according to digital forensics conducted by Amnesty International’s Security Lab and shared with The Wire. I went.

In addition, the mobile number of Trinamool Congress MLA and chief strategist Abhishek Banerjee, nephew of West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, was also chosen as a possible target for surveillance by a government client of the NSO group. Data on the Pegasus project leaked by The Wire and its media partners have been revealed. Banerjee’s private secretary is also included in this

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