Snooping By Pegasus A Threat To National Security, Illegal: Kapil Sibal | Read

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Snooping on the phones of Chief Ministers, politicians, judges and people violates multiple laws of the country and is a threat to national security, Congress's Kapil Sibal said today as news broke that leaders of the Karnataka Congress and Janata Dal Secular could have been snooped upon in 2019, when the alliance government collapsed.

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