CM Mamata orders probe into Pegasus case, Kejriwal's aide also named in list

New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal's aide and Enforcement Directorate (ED) officials were also targeted by Pegasus spyware. West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has ordered a judicial inquiry into the Pegasus case. On the other hand, senior Congress leader and former Union Minister P Chidambaram said that our government is the only one who is not worried about the espionage scandal.

According to media reports, two phone numbers of ED officer Rajeshwar Singh and the numbers of three women in his family have been found on the database of the French body Forbidden. Former IAS officer VK Jain, who served as chief minister Arvind Kejriwal's personal assistant, was also on the radar of Pegasus. The leaked records also found the numbers of PMO and at least one officer each working in NITI Aayog.

On the other hand, former Finance Minister P Chidambaram alleged that the Government of India is the only government in the world that is not bothered about the Pegasus espionage case. The former Finance Minister tweeted that French President Macron called Israeli PM Bennett and sought full details about the alleged use of spyware Pegasus to hack phones in France. This includes the President's phone.

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