"Not Potential Target, I Am Being Tracked": Rahul Gandhi

PUBLISHED ON: July 23, 2021 | Duration: 17 min, 44 sec

  
loading..
Accusing the government of using the Pegasus spyware as a weapon against opponents, Rahul Gandhi today alleged that all his phones were being tapped and that his security men had been asked to report on everything he said. He also demanded a court-monitored inquiry, which was rejected by the government. "I am not a 'potential target'. My phone is tapped, it is clearly tapped. Not only this phone, but all my phones are tapped," the Congress leader told reporters at parliament, where his party and other opposition parties have raised loud protests on the "snooping" scandal. Zomato has made a stellar debut on D-Street, crossing the 1 lakh crore market cap mark. Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh and the newly appointed state Congress chief Navjot Singh Sidhu met today at Punjab Bhawan over a cup of tea. Their meeting, coming after months of confrontation between the two, may mark the end of the political crisis in the state unit.
ALSO WATCH
Pegasus Row: Centre's Big Change In Stand, Chief Justice's Strong Response

................................ Advertisement ................................

................................ Advertisement ................................

Listen to the latest songs, only on JioSaavn.com