New Delhi: The Pegasus issue came to the fore before the monsoon session of Parliament began. It is learned that phones of Union ministers, judges and senior journalists were tapped. That’s why the opposition surrounded the Modi government at the Center by storm. The issue of phone tapping arose in both the houses of Parliament. The news that the government was tapping phones with Pegasus spyware caused a stir in politics. After this, new information has now come out which is likely to create more excitement.
According to The Wire, businessman Anil Ambani’s number was on the list of phone numbers tapped through Pegasus spyware. Along with Ambani, India’s representative for Dassault Aviation Venkata Rao Posina was also on the list of ‘likely targets’, The Wire reported. Anil Ambani’s phone was on the list of ‘likely targets’ when the Rafale case was in the Supreme Court, it was hotly debated in India and France and the then French President expressed doubts about the Indian offset partner of Dassault Company (Reliance) . Defense). Pegasus spyware technology is developed by Israel’s NSO Group. People can be monitored through this spyware.
When there was a storm in the country over the Rafale aircraft deal Anil Ambani And Venkata Rao Posina’s number was on the tapping list. The list also includes the mobile numbers of Tony Jesudason, Head of Corporate Communications at Reliance ADA Group, and his wife. The phone numbers of these individuals were on the list of ‘likely targets’. Hence it cannot be said that his phone was tapped. It will be clear only after the digital forensics report comes.