Govt denies Pegasus charge, says SC can appoint expert panel to probe row

IndiaTimes Monday, 16 August 2021
The government on Monday denied allegations levelled against it in the Pegasus controversy and said it is open to the Supreme Court appointing a technical committee, comprising neutral and independent experts, to inquire into all aspects of the case β€” whether the spyware was purchased by the Centre, and, if so, which of its agencies used it and for what purpose.

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