Pegasus a non-issue for common man, says BJP’s Dilip Ghosh

Pegasus a non-issue for common man, says BJP’s Dilip Ghosh

Hummingbird News Desk

KOLKATA, 26 JULY: The BJP state president Dilip Ghosh on Monday reacted to the controversy regarding the alleged use of spyware Pegasus to snoop on politicians, journalists and other personalities saying “it is a non-issue which does not concern the common man.

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On his way to Delhi, Mr Ghosh said, “Pegasus is a non-issue. The common man does not even know what it is. The Opposition has not allowed Parliament to run last week and we hope they understand now.”  

Mr Ghosh also criticized chief minister Mamata Banerjee for her five-day visit in Delhi and said “She is going there to relax as there is violence in Bengal and vaccination corruption. She is also slated to meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi as she is unable to give salary to people.”

With his self-styled criticism on the Opposition, Mr Ghosh when asked about the prospective issues likely to be raised against the Centre by the like-minded parties who are coming together to prop up a prime ministerial face ahead of the 2024 parliamentary polls, said, “Congress is in a bad shape so they want some setting for 2024. Left had a bad experience with them, the TMC should understand.”  

Meanwhile, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Monday arrived in Delhi on a five-day visit, where she is slated to meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi and several front-ranking opposition leaders.

The Trinamul Congress supremo, who apparently seeks to take up a larger role in national politics prior to the 2024 Lok Sabha election, is visiting Delhi for the first time after leading her party to power in West Bengal for the third time in a row.

Mocking Mamata Banerjee for coming to the Capital to “relax”, Mr Ghosh said, “Her efforts to unite opposition parties will not succeed.”

Miss Banerjee told reporters earlier that the PM has given time to her for a meeting later this week while she would also like to call on President Ram Nath Kovind.

She had, however, refused to disclose details of her proposed meeting with Modi.

TMC sources said that during her visit from July 26-30, she may also go to Parliament where the monsoon session is in progress.

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