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HBS demands total ban on Amnesty International

On Tuesday, Assam chief minister Himanta Biswa Sarma demanded a total ban on Amnesty International in the country.

Speaking to the media, Chief Minister HBS said, “A leaked list of “potential” or actual targets for spying by Israeli company NSO’s Pegasus included former Congress president Rahul Gandhi, former election commissioner Ashok Lavasa, election strategist Prashant Kishor, Trinamool Congress leader Abhishek Banerjee, and Union Ministers Ashwini Vaishnaw and Prahlad Patel, etc.”

He also mentioned, “it’s a conspiracy to malign Indian democracy and defame Prime Minister Narendra Modi.”

However, the Centre has already clarified that it’s false and nothing of such spying has happened, internal groups like Amnesty International have been trying to slam baseless allegations on the government. It’s just a part of a larger conspiracy against India.

Meanwhile, HBS said that the People of Assam trust the Indian democracy and Prime Minister Modi.

HBS demanding a total ban on Amnesty International’s activities in the country.

The CM also asked Rahul Gandhi to send his phone to Assam if necessary to run a forensic test on it.

“If Rahul Gandhi believes in the Pegasus report then why did not he send his phone for the forensic test? In fact, he can send it to Assam and we can run the test. The forensic test will clear all the doubts,” the CM added.

Two mobile phones used by Rahul Gandhi reportedly appeared on the list.

As per the reports, the targeted phones were infiltrated by malicious software called Pegasus, which is sold by the NSO Group.

The spyware is believed to be able to secretly unlock the target’s phone, computer, or other devices. It can also collect information and transfer it to another device without the prior permission of the user.


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