Rahul Gandhi vows to raise Pegasus issue in Parliament

New Delhi, October 27

The Congress on Wednesday hailed the Supreme Court order of a probe into the Pegasus spyware issue with Rahul Gandhi vowing to again raise the matter in Parliament and hold the government accountable for key questions the row has raised.

Rahul alleged Pegasus was a weapon “only two persons — the PM and Home Minister” — could have authorised for use and said the spyware was an assault on national security, democracy, constitution and idea of India. — TNS

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