In July 2021, a consortium of journalists published the results of their investigation into the Israeli software Pegasus and revealed that many people in several countries including France and India were spied on through their phones using this software. that New York Times recently released survey results showing that India bought the software in 2017.
India is reportedly buying the Pegasus software in a big deal with Israel
A shocking revelation came out on Friday, January 28th New York Times shook the Indian government. In fact, the American newspaper revealed that in July 2017, India bought a range of weapons and intelligence equipment worth around $2 billion, including the Pegasus spy system, to monitor certain Indian citizens.
that New York Times goes on to claim that high-level visits between Narendra Modi and former Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, as well as India’s vote at the United Nations in favor of Israel, were part of a broader agreement reached behind the scenes.
In August 2021, the Indian Ministry of Defense had denied any involvement in this affair.
To date, the government has not come to a conclusion on the most recent allegations by the Federal Court of Justice New York Times.
And on Sunday, January 30, journalists group Editors Guild of India urged the Supreme Court judge overseeing the panel of experts working on the Pegasus case to read the investigation published by the New York Times.
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