On Thursday, the Haryana Congress protested against Israeli spying via the spyware Pegasus. Vivek Bansal, Haryana’s in-charge, and Kumari Selja, the state president, led the protest. The protest was not attended by Rajendra Jun, Kiran Choudhary and Mohammad Ilyas (ex-CMs), Maman Khan, Kuldeep Vats. Rajendra Jun, Rajendra Jun, Rajendra Jun, Bhupinder Singh Hooda and Kiran Choudhary. Hooda supporters were present for the first time at the protest. We should also mention that Bansal, the in charge of the protest against inflation, had requested the list after the MLAs failed to participate.
An earlier demonstration by Congress workers and leaders, which marched towards Raj Bhavan, raised slogans from Congress headquarters. He was already taken into police custody. There was much shuffling during this. All the leaders were brought by police to Sector-3 police station. The Congressmen also raised slogans against the government here. A memorandum, which was submitted by the Governor of Haryana to the President, demanded a fair investigation into the case and the dismissal of Amit Shah, Home Minister.
Vivek Bansal: Playing with national security
Vivek Bansal stated that spying by the government has harmed national security. Congress demands fair investigation under supervision by the Supreme Court and the JPC. Kumari Selja stated that Pegasus was used by the Pegasus to hack mobile phones and overthrow elected governments during the 2019 Lok Sabha elections.
Kuldeep Bishnoi, and other leaders, were present
Kuldeep Bishnoi and Aftab Ahmed were MLAs. Subhash Deswal, Induraj Narwal, Induraj Narwal, Geeta Bhukkal, and Jagbir Singh Malik were also present. Other leaders, including the former Deputy CM Chandramohan, took part in the demonstration.
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