Maharastra: Sanjay Raut, a Shiv Sena MP, said on Thursday that the judiciary system "still has some conscience left" after the Supreme Court decided to form a committee to investigate the Pegasus spyware controversy.
Even today, the judicial system retains some sense of morality. A lot was brought to their attention regarding the Pegasus row. The government refused to accept it, and an entire session of parliament was devoted to the issue. The Prime Minister and the Home Minister both declined to comment on the matter. The court took notice and determined that there is some truth to the storey and that it requires further investigation. The entire country, particularly journalists and legislators whose phones were tapped, is grateful to the Supreme Court for interfering "During a press conference today, Sanjay Raut shared before media.
The Supreme Court formed a three-member committee on Wednesday to oversee a technical committee of three members, which will investigate the Pegasus spyware case and include experts in cyber security, digital forensics, networks, and hardware. In response to a team led by ACP Milind Khetale questioning NCB Zonal Director Sameer Wankhede, he said, "The investigation must be completed. It's not that an investigation isn't carried out if one has Z plus security."