BJP-led govt involved in spying on Indian opposition leaders, ministers

Washington Post reported that an attempt was made to hack Prime Minister Imran Khan's number through Israeli software.

NEW DELHI: The Indian BJP-led government is involved in spying on opposition leaders, ministers, and Supreme Court judges, prompting voices from the Indian Parliament.

According to details, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi lost the trust of the people, politicians, opposition and his own ministers, even the judges of the Supreme Court lost faith in the Modi government.

The Modi government was caught spying on Indian opposition leaders. The phones of several political leaders, including Congress leader Rahul Gandhi, were hacked. The BJP government placed surveillance on the phones of two of its own ministers.

Data was also stolen from the phone of an Indian Supreme Court judge. Apart from 40 Indian journalists and heads of security agencies, other personalities were also spied on. Mobile phone hacking sparks uproar in Indian Parliament The Narendra Modi government also tried its best to hack the contact numbers of people in sensitive positions in Pakistan.

Earlier, the Washington Post reported that an attempt was made to hack Prime Minister Imran Khan’s number through Israeli software. Data was also stolen from the phone of an Indian Supreme Court judge. Apart from 40 Indian journalists and heads of security agencies, other personalities were also spied on.

There was an uproar in the Indian Parliament against mobile phone hacking. The Narendra Modi government also tried its best to hack the contact numbers of people in sensitive positions in Pakistan.

Earlier, the Washington Post reported that an attempt was made to hack Prime Minister Imran Khan’s number through Israeli software. The Washington Post claimed yesterday that an attempt was made to hack the old number of Prime Minister Imran Khan and Rahul Gandhi’s phones.