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Pegasus issue serious, people have a right to know who is responsible: Ajit Pawar.

STATING that the Pegasus spyware issue was serious, Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar on Wednesday called for an investigation to ascertain full facts of the surveillance.

“The Pegasus issue is a serious one. What happened and during whose period… it has taken place, who is responsible for it and who gave the orders? The people have a right to know, there should be no politics in it,” Pawar said, while calling for a thorough investigation.

He was speaking at a function in Pimpri, where electric three-wheelers were distributed.

The deputy CM also said those who had received both doses of the Covid-19 vaccine should get relief from the current restrictions. “I am going to discuss the issue with the chief minister in a day or two,” he said. However, Pawar, the guardian minister of Pune, also warned: “The next 100-120 days are very crucial vis-a-vis the third Covid wave. We will have to adhere to all Covid norms and remain alert all the time,” he said.


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