Pramod Tiwari said on Pegasus espionage case - this is the dark chapter of Indian democracy

Pramod Tiwari said on Pegasus espionage case - this is the dark chapter of Indian democracy

Prayagraj: Senior Congress leader Pramod Tiwari, who is besieging the central government in the Pegasus spying case, has described the spyware of the Israeli spyware Pegasus as a shameful and dark chapter for Indian democracy by spying on the phones of important people of the country. Tiwari has said in his statement issued here on Wednesday that the Modi government has done the work of demolishing the honor and dignity of the four pillars of Indian democracy (judiciary, legislature, executive and journalism) by hacking the phone. Deeply hurt. This cannot happen in a democracy, it is possible only in a dictatorship.   

In his statement, he said that the central government has appointed the leader of the largest opposition party Rahul Gandhi, ministers of his own government Prahlad Patel, Ashwini Vaishnav, then Supreme Court judge and Rajya Sabha MP Ranj Gagoi, former election commissioner Ashok Lavasa and senior journalists including 300. People's phones were spied by the Israeli spyware Pegasus Company. Tiwari, a member of the Central Congress Working Committee, said that this report has been prepared by the French organization "Forbidden Stories" on the basis of leaked numbers. The United Nations has also termed it as a very alarming matter. He said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi should tell the country that recently the senior Union Ministers whom he has removed from the cabinet, Was there a hand in this espionage report behind his removal. Modi should tell that the removed ministers were doing something which was not in the interest of the country or their leadership.

Tewari said that after the arrival of this report, it becomes the moral obligation of the opposition to protect democracy, forgetting mutual discrimination and unite for a decisive democratic attack on the ruling government. He said that the Prime Minister should tell that in Jharkhand and Chhattisgarh, where tribals were to be made chief ministers, the tribals were not made chief ministers, how much more they would insult the tribals.


Leaders who got their sons to study abroad, poor children could not study, that's why they used to leave the school in dilapidated condition: CM Yogi

Leaders who got their sons to study abroad, poor children could not study, that's why they used to leave the school in dilapidated condition: CM Yogi

Lucknow : The politics of Uttar Pradesh, which is the country's largest state in terms of population, holds an important place across the country. In such a situation, all the parties are engaged in strengthening their background regarding the upcoming assembly elections 2022. In this sequence, the era of fierce verbal war has also started. State's powerful Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath distributed appointment letters to selected 6,696 assistant teachers of the Basic Education Department at Lok Bhavan. He conveyed his best wishes to all the assistant teachers. Along with this, without naming anyone, the CM took a jibe at such leaders whose sons go to study abroad and did not pay any attention to the dilapidated schools of the state.

CM Yogi said that the poor child could not study, that's why the schools were left in shambles and Australia, England send their children abroad. He said that there were governments even before 2017, what were these people doing? 1 lakh 35 basic education schools in the state were in dilapidated condition. The CM further said that there was also a budget, used to give money for salary, money used to go in the name of the building, but peepal, banyan tree used to grow on dilapidated buildings. CM further said that but in March 2017, we started Operation Kayakalp. There were many criticisms of that too, but by forming the old student council, we students, bureaucrats or public representatives, businessmen, all should contribute to it. Adopt one school at a time and today the condition of schools has changed.