Congress accused of espionage case- Priyanka Gandhi also received WhatsApp message

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Congress accused of espionage case- Priyanka Gandhi also received WhatsApp message
Congress accused of espionage case- Priyanka Gandhi also received WhatsApp message

Congress accused of espionage case- Priyanka Gandhi also received WhatsApp message: On Sunday, the Congress attacked the Narendra Modi government at the Center fiercely on the WhatsApp spying case. Party spokesperson Randeep Surjewala said that Congress general secretary Priyanka Gandhi has also received a spyware message from WhatsApp. Surjewala said that when WhatsApp sent a message to those phones that were hacked, Priyanka Gandhi also got a similar message. During the press conference, the Congress said that the Modi government should investigate this matter and take strict action on the matter.

He said that the phones of NCP leader Praful Patel and West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee were hacked. He attacked the attack saying that the government is keeping an eye on the opposition or it needs political information. This is a crime. Surjewala said, the BJP government and its agencies hacked the phones of politicians, editors, activists, journalists, academics using a software from the Israeli NSO.

Describing BJP as the Indian spy party, he said, during the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, phones were tapped through spyware spyware and the government was aware of this. Surjewala said that the government was aware of this from May 2019. According to sources, WhatsApp told the government in September that 121 Indians were targeted with the Israeli software Pigasus. But the Ministry of Information and Technology said that the information received before the messaging app was incomplete and insufficient.

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Congress Ask 5 Questions Answer

  1. Was the government spying citizens and politicians during the 2019 Lok Sabha elections?
  2. Did the government know about illegal spyware from May 2019?
  3. Are those who are in power not guilty of this crime?
  4. When the government knew about it in April 2019, why was it kept secret?
  5. What action will be taken against the ministers and officers who violated various provisions of Telegraph Act and IT Act?

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