International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

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Research Paper | Political Science | India | Volume 11 Issue 7, July 2022

Pegasus Espionage Case and Government of India

Dr. Sayyad Yasinbhai Gulabbhai

Abstract: The French and Israeli governments have ordered an investigation into the spying scandal. However, the Indian government rejected the demand for an inquiry, claiming that it was an international conspiracy and defaming India. In the Rajya Sabha on Thursday, Union Minister for Information Technology, Communications and Electronics Ashwini Vaishnav rejected the opposition's demand for an inquiry, alleging that the case was an attempt to tarnish India's democracy. The Forbidden Stories in France covered the Pegasus case by 17 news organizations, including The Wire, The Washington Post and The Guardian. There was a worldwide outcry after that. The spying case was found in 14 other countries including India. French President Emmanuel Macron's government has ordered a 24 - hour probe into the alleged hacking of his mobile phone. If the evidence in the case is true, Macron said on Tuesday, it is a very serious matter and will try to ascertain the manner in which various reports have come from the media.

Keywords: International conspiracy, hacking, cyber security, spyware, Pygmalus

Edition: Volume 11 Issue 7, July 2022,

Pages: 516 - 517

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