Congress leader issues notice in Parliament on Pegasus case

New Delhi: The monsoon session of Parliament has been continuously rocked by the opposition and the government says it has caused crores of rupees in losses to taxpayers. But the confrontation between the Central Government and the Opposition in Parliament still does not seem to be over. Even on Monday, a ruckus is possible in Parliament over pegasus espionage (Pegasus Snooping Case). Congress MP M Tagore has given a notice in the Lok Sabha to discuss the Pegasus espionage case.

M Tagore has demanded that the discussion should be held in the presence of PM Narendra Modi. Congress MP Manish Tewari has also demanded a discussion on the Pegasus espionage case in the lower house of Parliament. Opposition parties, including the Congress, are appealing to both the Lok Sabha and the Rajya Sabha to discuss the Pegasus espionage issue. The same issue has led to an uproar in both houses of Parliament and disrupting the proceedings of the House.

Even though there is an uproar in the House by the Opposition, the government is constantly passing bills on the bill. Trinamool Congress (TMC) MP Derek O'Brien tweeted alleging that Modi-Shah passed 12 bills in the first 10 days of the monsoon session. That too at an average of seven minutes per minute. Derek O'Brien said the laws are passed or are made to lick the scabs.

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