New Delhi: Before the monsoon session of Parliament began, the Pegasus case came to the fore. It is known that the phones of the Union ministers, judges and high-level journalists were tapped. Thus, the opposition took Modi’s government by storm in the center. The issue of wiretapping was raised in both Houses of Parliament. News that the government was tapping phones through Pegasus spyware stirred politics. After this, new information has come to light that is likely to create more excitement.
According to The Wire, the number of businessman Anil Ambani was on the list of phone numbers tapped through Pegasus spyware. Along with Ambani, Dassault Aviation’s representative in India Venkata Rao Posina was also on the ‘potential targets’ list, The Wire reported. Anil Ambani’s phone was on the ‘potential targets’ list when the Raphael case was in the Supreme Court, it was hotly debated in India and France, and the then president of France expressed doubts about the company’s Indian compensation partner Dassault. (Reliance Defense). Pegasus spyware technology has been developed by the NSO Group of Israel. People can be monitored using this spyware.
When the storm broke over Raphael’s plane deal in the country Anil Ambani And Venkata Rao Posina’s number was on the tapping list. The list also includes the mobile numbers of Tony Jesudasson, head of corporate communications for Reliance ADA Group, and his wife. These people’s phone numbers were on the “potential targets” list. Therefore, it cannot be said that your phone has been tapped. Only after the digital forensics report can this be clarified.