Pegasus Case: Supreme Court asks petitioners to serve plea to the Centre
The Pegasus case is being heard by a bench of Chief Justice NV Ramanna and Justice Surya Kant.
New Delhi: An important hearing was held in the Supreme Court today on the Pegasus spying case. The Pegasus case is being heard by a bench of Chief Justice NV Ramanna and Justice Surya Kant.
Various people and people have filed many petitions in this matter. The petitions have been filed by senior journalists Enram and Sasikumar, CPM's Rajya Sabha MP John Brittas and advocate ML Sharma.
Supreme Court to hear matter on Tuesday:
After hearing the Pegasus espionage case today, the Supreme Court, after hearing the side of the petitioners, asked all the petitioners to give a copy of their petition to the Centre. The Supreme Court will hear the matter again on Tuesday (August 10).
During today's hearing of Pegasus case, Kapil Sibal, Senior Adviser for N. Ram and others, told the court that Pegasus is a wicked technology that enters our lives without our knowledge. This is an attack on the privacy, dignity and values of our republic.
Pegasus Spyware Case:
The CJI says that if the report is true then there is no doubt that the allegations are serious.
The Pegasus case is being heard in the Supreme Court. Meanwhile, senior advocate Kapil Sibal, appearing for N. Ram and others, submitted that this spyware is sold only to government agencies and cannot be sold to private entities. NSO technology is involved in the international arena.
During the hearing on this case, Kapil Sibal argues that journalists, public figures, constitutional authorities, court officials, academics are all targeted by spyware and the government has to answer who bought it. Where was the hardware placed? Why didn't the government register an FIR? During this, senior advocate Kapil Sibal told the Chief Justice of India that I want to issue a notice to the Government of India.
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