Pegasus phone hacking: Congress's Raj Bhavan tour in Dehradun, many leaders arrested

Congress State President Pritam Singh said that by giving a memorandum to the Governor regarding this matter, a judicial inquiry will be sought under the supervision of the Supreme Court

Pegasus phone hacking: Congress's Raj Bhavan tour in Dehradun, many leaders arrested

On Thursday, Uttarakhand Congress marched to the Raj Bhavan in Dehradun to protest against the spying of senior Congress leaders. During this, a large number of workers reached the Raj Bhavan for the march. Hundreds of workers, who arrived under the leadership of state president Pritam Singh, were stopped by the police by putting up barricades in Hathibarkala. During this, there was a lot of scuffle between the police and the workers.

During this, many leaders including Congress state president Pritam Singh, former state president of Congress Kishore Upadhyay, former cabinet minister Dinesh Agarwal, former cabinet minister Hira Singh Bisht were arrested and taken to the police line.

Congress state president Pritam Singh said that by giving a memorandum to the Governor regarding this matter, a judicial inquiry will be sought under the supervision of the Supreme Court. He asked why is the central government shying away from setting up an inquiry on this entire matter? Pritam Singh said that today when this serious episode has brought an earthquake in the politics of the whole country, the government should order an independent inquiry and the truth should come out for everyone to see.

He said that the Congress party demands that Home Minister Amit Shah should resign with immediate effect on the ground of morality. Pritam said that this episode has shocked the people of the country. While on the one hand democratic values ​​are being violated, on the other hand, the privacy of the individual is also being breached. On the other hand, former minister of state Manish Kumar has also condemned the central government in this matter.

Congress's Raj Bhavan traveled political gimmick: Kaushik

BJP President Madan Kaushik has termed the announcement of Congress's Raj Bhavan march in Pegasus espionage case as a political gimmick. He said that Congress is taking the help of Pegasus for political selfishness. He said that propaganda is being spread through Pegasus, there is no basis for protest in this.

Kaushik said that Congress put forward this fake story in a planned manner ahead of the monsoon session. So that Parliament can be obstructed.

So far, there is no such evidence anywhere in this fake story, which can be linked to the government. This report is also a conspiracy to defame India's democracy.