EX IPS Amitabh Thakur Tweet On Pegasus Spyware Case Congress Leader Shashi Tharoor Alleged BJP Members To Disrupted Meeting
The opposition is attacking the government over the alleged spying from Pegasus spyware. Now the chairman of Parliament’s Standing Committee on Information Technology and senior Congress leader Shashi Tharoor has made serious allegations against the BJP members, saying that the previous meeting was deliberately disrupted to avoid discussion. Further, Tharoor said that the three officers who were to testify on this were asked to avoid this discussion and made excuses at the very last moment. This is a direct attack on the privileges of the Parliamentary Committee.
On the other hand, former IPS Amitabh Thakur has also reacted on this issue. Amitabh Thakur tweeted and wrote, ‘Mera Vachan Hi Hai Governance’ is fine only till films. Unfortunately, the present central government is also working in the same style, where they show and tell only what they want to show and tell. If anyone asked more than this, then they went. In another tweet, Amitabh Thakur wrote, ‘If the allegations are false then why the hesitation to investigate Pegasus?’
People have also had different reactions to Amitabh Thakur’s tweet. Twitter user Bharat writes, ‘You were in the police department. If there is fact in the allegations, why has no one filed an FIR yet? Why was the phone not forensic examination done? To what extent is it fair to demand an inquiry only on the basis of media report or allegation?’ A Twitter user named Mukesh Chaudhary writes, ‘What’s the harm in getting the investigation done, if the government has not done espionage, then at least you will know what the whole matter is.’
“My word is right” is fine only till the movies. Unfortunately, the present central government is also working in this style, where they show and tell as much as they want to show and tell. If anyone asked more than this, then they went.
— AmitabhThakur (@Amitabhthakur) August 6, 2021
User Nitin Gurjar wrote, ‘If there was really evidence, then why not give it in the Supreme Court?’ User Sujit Kumar writes, ‘Government’s indifference is in the same way as agricultural law is in the interest of farmers. Farmers do not want this interest, but the government is giving it forcibly. A user named Think Tank writes, ‘If the investigation starts on the allegations itself, then nothing will work except investigation in the country. After 2014, the opposition has only leveled allegations and has to face every time.
Shashi Tharoor wrote a letter to Om Birla: Parliament’s Standing Committee on Information Technology Chairman Shashi Tharoor said on Sunday that no discussion on the Pegasus espionage case could take place after protests by BJP members on July 28. He said he was hopeful that the committee would discuss the issue further. One occasion in the meeting held on July 28 But officials of three ministries had refused to come. Tharoor had also written a letter to Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla regarding this.
Speaking to The Indian Express, Shashi Tharoor said that the IT committee has been discussing issues like data privacy and security of the public for the last two years. Past Speaker on Cyber Security Topics And BJP leader Anurag Thakur was also included in the agenda. “Therefore, Pegasus issue clearly comes under the purview of the IT committee and it is also on its agenda,” Tharoor said. In such a situation, it is expected that the members of the IT committee will ask questions about these topics when they arise. There is nothing hidden as to how BJP members had disrupted the committee meeting.
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