22nd Jul 2021 12:07:AM State
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ITANAGAR, Jul 21: State BJP has blamed the Congress-led opposition parties for disrupting the ongoing monsoon session of Parliament by raising the Pegasus spyware issue.
Speaking to media in a press conference today, state BJP Spokesperson and former Minister Mohesh Chai while terming the issue “unnecessary” said a clarification that Government of India never used or bought the Pegasus spyware developed by Israel-based firm NSO, now allegedly used as a snooping tool on political leaders and influential people had already been made in 2019. The opposition parties cooked up the Pegasus spyware attack story in a desperate attempt to disrupt the monsoon session and derail the developmental activities of the BJP government, Chai said.
Justifying his claims, he said that the passage of a number of important bills related to the welfare of women, youths and backward segments has become uncertain due to the ongoing pandemonium and the Prime Minister also couldn’t introduce the new cabinet ministers, an integral custom of parliament proceedings.
While terming the Pegasus issue “Disruptor for the Obstructors” and a toolkit to derail the development of India, Chai claimed that the disruptors are foreign agencies who are using the opposition to halt the development of the country by disrupting parliament session. “The million dollar question is why the Congress brought the issue just a day before the Parliament session began. The Congress is levelling baseless allegations on the NDA government that lack any concrete evidence and the intention is to mislead the nation,” the state BJP Spokesperson said. Moreover, the entire country including the northeast is waiting to see and hear from the newly inducted union ministers from the region and those chosen from backward classes which is a first of its kind in the political history of India, he said.

Creating ruckus on the floor of Parliament in an attempt to stop the Prime Minister from bringing out the crucial pro-backward people welfare bills is very unfortunate and uncalled for, Chai added.

Kenter Joya Riba

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