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HD Kumaraswamy On Karnataka Pegasus Allegations

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'Not Interested': HD Kumaraswamy On Karnataka Pegasus Allegations

HD Kumarawamy stated, “Common people are facing problems. Save the country”.

Bengaluru:

Former Karnataka Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy — whose deputy and private secretary had been potential targets of Pegasus spy ware when his alliance authorities with the Congress was getting ready to collapse — distanced himself from the controversy as we speak.

“In this country, for several years, whoever is running the government, whoever the party, everybody is misusing the office to get some information… Or to safeguard their interests… This is going on. I am not interested in these issues,” Mr Kumaraswamy instructed India07.

“I am not interested because this issue is over,” he then stated, including that it will be higher now to deal with individuals’s welfare when the nation is struggling to comprise Covid.

In 2019, as Mr Kumaraswamy’s authorities struggled to remain afloat as a sequence of MLAs give up, the telephone numbers of his private secretary, his Deputy G Parameshwara and the secretary of former chief minister Siddaramaiah had been allegedly chosen as potential targets, information portal
“The Wire” reported as we speak.

Mr Siddaramaiah didn’t have a private telephone and solely used the telephones of his secretary.

The Congress has been up in arms because the information of spy ware use broke two days in the past.

“This is snooping to topple the democratic government of Karnataka,” stated senior Congress chief KC Venugopal

“We complained at that time that we were under surveillance, all the leaders, Chief Minister, Deputy Chief Minister and all others. They have done this in Madhya Pradesh. Former Prime Minister Deve Gowda, his phone has been tapped… Who is safe in this country?” stated Mr Venugopal.

Yesterday, the consortium of 17 media teams that investigated the leaked lists accessed by Amnesty International and  Paris-based media non-profit Forbidden Stories, revealed that Congress’s Rahul Gandhi additionally was on the checklist forward of the 2019 common elections.

Senior Congress chief Kapil Sibal stated as we speak that snooping on the telephones of Chief Ministers, politicians, judges and folks violates a number of legal guidelines of the nation and is a menace to nationwide safety. 

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(THIS STORY HAS NOT BEEN EDITED BY INDIA07 TEAM AND IS AUTO-GENERATED FROM A SYNDICATED FEED.)

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