May 21, 2022

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In India, a state within a state is ready to do anything to protect the Prime Minister

Written by Julian Bouzou

Posted today at 1:51 pm, updated at 3:00 pm.

India, which wants to define itself as the largest democracy in the world, is under massive surveillance. Since 2017, authorities have selected more than 2,000 issues in India and Pakistan as potential targets for SpyCare Pegasus to be sold by the Israeli company NSO Group. This was revealed by NSO’s data leak, which was discussed by Prohibited Stories and Amnesty International and shared with sixteen media outlets around the world. The world. The application of this software was launched in July 2017 by Mr. It begins after Modi’s visit to Israel, the first by the head of government since India’s independence in 1947, and several cooperation agreements have been signed. Especially in the fight against terrorism.

The targets include journalists, human rights defenders, foreign diplomats, local officials of voluntary organizations such as the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, politicians including opposition leader Rahul Gandhi and Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan. Gardener of an Indian Minister. Enemies and allies, no one seems to escape this possible surveillance. Officials of an Indian security firm and Mr. Modi, Prahlad Singh Patel and Aswini Vaishna are the two ministers. Escaped from all unknown and any democratic control, a state within a state has settled under the leadership of India.

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Not surprisingly, Pakistan is a highly explored country. Imran Khan and the number of his ambassadors in India appear to be potential targets on this list. Dozens of other ambassadors and ambassadors appointed to Delhi are included, whether they are from Iran, Afghanistan, China, Nepal or Saudi Arabia. In Kashmir, several separatist leaders and human rights defenders, including Mirwais Omar Farooq, are potential targets. Analysis of the smartphone of Syed Abdul Rahman Gilani, a former professor at Delhi University who fought for the release of political prisoners in Kashmir, shows that he was victimized several times from 2017 until his death in October 2019. This type of news made him click on the link that deceived him: “The EU shows unconditional support to India on the Kashmir issue during Prime Minister Modi’s visit.”

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