Chhattisgarh government will investigate Pegasus espionage case, constitutes four-member inquiry committee

Chhattisgarh government will investigate Pegasus espionage case, constitutes four-member inquiry committee

Raipur:  Chhattisgarh's connection in Pegasus espionage case will now be investigated. Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel told the media on Wednesday that some people have been spied on in Chhattisgarh too. It should be investigated. This is a democratic country. The Chief Minister has formed a four-member inquiry committee in the Pegasus spying case.

Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel said, people of Pegasus had come to Chhattisgarh, had also met some people

The Chief Minister said that it has come to the fore that the people of the company making Pegasus had come to Chhattisgarh and met some people. He said that former Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh should tell whom he had met and what kind of deal was done. Bhupesh said that they (Pegasus) are saying that they give services to the Government of India. The Government of India should tell whether the deal was done with them or not. Spying on ministers, opposition leaders and journalists. Spying on social workers. What was the purpose after all? This is the right of the whole country to know. After all, the deal was done with them or not.

Taking aim at former Chief Minister Dr. Raman, said – what kind of deal has been done, should be told

Chief Minister Baghel questioned that investigation is being done in other countries, why should it not be done here. This is a democratic country. Earlier, the Chief Minister tweeted and questioned. He said that the people of Pegasus had also come to Chhattisgarh during the BJP government. We have started his investigation. Former Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh should be told that with whom the deal was done?

Government's four-member team will investigate

The government has constituted a four-member committee under the chairmanship of Additional Chief Secretary Home to investigate the Pegasus espionage case. This includes the Director General of Police, IG Intelligence and Public Relations Commissioner.

Modi government can also listen to bedroom-bathroom

State Congress President Mohan Markam said in a press conference held at Rajiv Bhavan that the Modi government can illegally put Israeli software Pegasus inside anyone's mobile. It can happen inside your daughter, your wife's mobile. If you are taking the phone to the bathroom, if you have a phone in your bedroom, what are you talking about, the Modi government can hear everything. Now people are saying that this time anti-national spy government... BJP's name is now Indian spy party, Chhattisgarh government will investigate Pegasus espionage case

Remembered after four years, ready for every investigation: Raman

Former Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh said that the government is remembering espionage after four years. I have an open challenge to Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel and State Congress President Mohan Markam in the Pegasus case. It is their government, whoever wants to investigate, get it done. The Chief Minister was sleeping till now, which he suddenly remembered for four years. The hands of Congress are filthy, so it always makes baseless, false and baseless allegations.


Jaishankar said on India taking over the presidency of UNSC - India will always remain a voice of restraint, a supporter of dialogue

Jaishankar said on India taking over the presidency of UNSC - India will always remain a voice of restraint, a supporter of dialogue

New Delhi. As India assumes the presidency of the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) for the month of August, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar on Sunday said India will always remain a voice of restraint, an advocate of dialogue and a supporter of international law. External Affairs Ministry spokesperson Arindam Bagchi called it an "important day" and referred to 'Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam' (the world is one family) to describe India's outlook on the world. Jaishankar tweeted, "We look forward to working productively with other members as we assume the presidency of the UN Security Council for August."

India will always be a voice of restraint, an advocate of dialogue and a supporter of international law. The first working day of India's presidency will be August 2. India began a two-year term as a non-permanent member of the UNSC on January 1. This is India's seventh term in the UNSC as a non-permanent member. Earlier, India had been a member of the United Nations Security Council in 1950-51, 1967-68, 1972-73, 1977-78, 1984-85 and 1991-92. Following its election to the global body, India said it would promote responsible and inclusive solutions for international peace and security.