Pegasus spyware: Senior journalists move Supreme Court seeking independent inquiry into govt snooping allegations
Veteran journalists N Ram and Sashi Kumar have moved the Supreme Court seeking an independent probe by its sitting or retired judge into reports of government agencies using Israeli spyware Pegasus to allegedly snoop on eminent citizens, politicians and scribes.
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