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'Yes or No': Did govt buy Pegasus spyware, Rahul Gandhi asks

IndiaTimes Wednesday, 28 July 2021
"I want to know from the youth of the country - Narendra Modi Ji has sent a weapon in your phone. This weapon has been used against me, Supreme Court, many leaders, people in the press and activists. So why it should not be discussed in the House," Gandhi asked.
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