The Pegasus espionage scandal has once again heated up. On Sunday, Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot and former UP Chief Minister Mayawati attacked the central government. Gehlot said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi should address the nation in the Pegasus case and tell that the confusion which is being created is wrong. While Mayawati said that the silence of the Center in this matter raises new questions.

Gehlot said on Sunday, ‘The central government itself should come forward and give an explanation in the Pegasus case. If you are clean… the Prime Minister himself should address the country and tell that the confusion that is being created is wrong. , He said that if the telephone is kept on surveillance then that too is a big atrocity.

Gehlot said, “The Supreme Court is not able to do the hearing on a priority basis in the way it should, who is to blame? The affidavit that the government is giving in the Supreme Court has many meanings. Chief Minister Gehlot said that today such a situation has become in the country, if you criticize, express your dissent, then you are a traitor. You can imagine where this country is headed. I think it should be a matter of concern for every citizen.

At the same time, Bahujan Samaj Party President Mayawati targeted the central government and said that instead of giving credible answers by being accountable and responsible towards the country and the people, the silence of the center raises more new questions. Former Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati tweeted on Sunday, ‘The ghost of Pegasus espionage scandal is continuously making the central government and BJP sleepless. New revelations are being made every day in this very serious matter, yet instead of giving credible answers by being accountable and responsible towards the country and the people, the silence of the Center raises new questions. Let the government disclose.

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