Protesters in New Delhi shout slogans as they accuse the Modi government of spying on opponents, journalists and activists. Photo: AP Protesters in New Delhi shout slogans as they accuse the Modi government of spying on opponents, journalists and activists. Photo: AP
Protesters in New Delhi shout slogans as they accuse the Modi government of spying on opponents, journalists and activists. Photo: AP
India

Indian parliament in uproar over report Modi administration spied on opponents, media

  • The session was disrupted repeatedly as opposition lawmakers demanded a probe into how the spyware, known as Pegasus, was used in India
  • The protests came after a report provided evidence the spyware from the Israel-based NSO Group was used to allegedly infiltrate devices of targets in 50 nations

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Protesters in New Delhi shout slogans as they accuse the Modi government of spying on opponents, journalists and activists. Photo: AP Protesters in New Delhi shout slogans as they accuse the Modi government of spying on opponents, journalists and activists. Photo: AP
Protesters in New Delhi shout slogans as they accuse the Modi government of spying on opponents, journalists and activists. Photo: AP
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