Pegasus snooping: Shashi Tharoor-led Parliamentary panel likely to question officials

The 32-member panel is scheduled to meet on July 28

Pegasus snooping: Shashi Tharoor-led Parliamentary panel likely to question officials

Shashi Tharoor

New Delhi, July 21

A parliamentary panel on IT headed by Congress leader Shashi Tharoor is likely to question top government officials, including from the Home Ministry, next week on allegations related to phone-tapping of many using Pegasus spyware, sources said on Wednesday.

The 32-member panel is scheduled to meet on July 28. The agenda is ‘Citizens’ data security and privacy’, according to the notification issued by Lok Sabha Secretariat. — TNS

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