Advoctate ML Sharma files PIL seeking probe into Pegasus snooping case
A Delhi advocate M L Sharma has filed a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) in the Supreme Court seeking probe into alleged use of spy software Pegasus by government to snoop into phones of politicians, activists and journalists by a SC-appointed Special Investigation Team.
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