The Supreme Court on Tuesday advised petitioners looking for a probe into the Pegasus scandal that they need to “have faith in the system” and chorus from collaborating in “parallel debates on social media”.
The courtroom urged the petitioners, who embrace opposition leaders and senior journalists, “whatever you have to say, say it in court”.
“Once you approach the court, have a proper debate here,” the courtroom mentioned.
The courtroom additionally postponed additional listening to on the Pegasus petitions to Monday, after Solicitor General Tushar Mehta, showing for the federal government, sought extra time.
Last week the Supreme Court, in its first listening to of a clutch of petitions asking for investigations into the Pegasus scandal, mentioned allegations the spy ware getting used to focus on opposition leaders, journalists and others are “serious if newspaper reports are correct”.
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