Updated: July 21, 2021 7:12:26 am
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath,888sport-app
cricket-bet-tips-ipl,Adityanath said opposition parties were creating a “negative” atmosphere and stalling the Parliament proceedings over the Pegasus controversy. He also demanded that they apologise.
He said the the Opposition’s “negative attitude” did not allow issues on the common people to be raised in Parliament.,volleyball-liverpool-nsw
Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani,wilson-junior-volleyball-knee-pads-pink
online-cricket,Criticising the Opposition Congress for “unnecessarily” creating a controversy over the Pegasus spyware before the start of the Monsoon Session, Rupani said the party has an “anti-national mindset”. A release from the chief minister’s office quoted Rupani as saying, “By becoming an instrument in the hands of foreign forces, Congress is damaging the reputation of the country.”
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The BJP-led government, which helmed the state from 2014 to 2019, never availed the services of NSO Group — the Israeli firm behind the spyware Pegasus — for phone-tapping, leader of the Opposition in the state legislative assembly Fadnavis said on Tuesday.,psg-handball-flashscore
football-gam,Terming allegations made by the Congress and the NCP as baseless, Fadnavis said, “During my tenure as Chief Minister of Maharashtra, we had never availed the services of NSO.”
Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma,basketball-wives-brittish
basketball-uk-next-day-delivery,Sarma demanded a ban on human rights group Amnesty International’s activities in fanduel basketball betting rules for its role in the Pegasus controversy. The BJP leader also claimed that the entire controversy was an “international conspiracy by the Left-wing organisations, including Amnesty International, “to defame the Centre.
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