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7/19/21

Gujarat before phone-tapping, now center

: Phone-tapping controversy is not new to Modi-Shah, allegations of phone-tapping of leaders and officials were made even 15 years ago when Modi was CM



PM Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah. File image.

Zadafia cried more than the allegations of his phone being tapped, Modhwadia-Shaktisinh also made allegations
Shankarsinh and Kejriwal blame Modi-Shah in Gujarat phone-tapping scandal and demand probe

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It has been revealed that some journalists, leaders and judges of the country have been spied on by the central government through phone-tapping. With the help of Israeli software Pegasus, the hive of espionage controversy has been shattered. It may be mentioned that even when Narendra Modi was the Chief Minister of Gujarat, allegations were leveled against him from time to time for phone tapping of political leaders and officials in Gujarat. A report compiling all these allegations has been published here.

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Apart from Gordhan Zadafia, the current Gujarat BJP general secretary and then-Modi opponent, Congress' Arjun Modhwadia, Shaktisinh Gohil and Shankarsinh Vaghela also made serious allegations against Modi and Amit Shah in the phone-tapping case and demanded an inquiry. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal also demanded an inquiry into Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Amit Shah in a woman's spying case.

File photo of Gordhan Zadafia.

Gordhan Zadafia alleges tapping in 2005 Gordhan Zadafia alleged that
his phone was tapped by then Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah. In the year 2005, there was an expansion of the Narendra Modi cabinet, for which a cabinet meeting was held. At the meeting, Gordhan Zadafia refused to accept the ministry post and said in tears that Narendra Modi was conspiring against him and tapping the phone.


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Shaktisinh Gohil alleged that the phone of late Haren Pandya was tapped
. In 2011, Congress leader Shaktisinh Gohil alleged that he had tapped the phones of leaders, including Haren Pandya. However, the then BJP state spokesperson Vijay Rupani and I.P. That. Jadeja told the state government that the late. The Leader of the Opposition was challenged to disclose the evidence of Pandya's phone tapping and the Center has the power to tap the phone and if the Gujarat government is tapping the phone then why the Congress government at the Center does not disclose the details? He also asked that question.

This picture is symbolic.

Cobra Post is accused of tapping the phone of a young woman in 2009.
Also in 2013, during Narendra Modi's rule, news portal Cobra Post and Gulel held a press conference between former Gujarat Home Minister Amit Shah and GL Singhal, SP of ATS in Ahmedabad on August 4, 2009 and December 6, 2009. In between presented excerpts from the conversation. It alleged that Amit Shah had ordered Singhal to give one-minute information of a girl. The case damaged the credibility of Narendra Modi and Amit Shah across the country and the Congress demanded an inquiry against them.

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Gujarat government forms probe commission committee
Narendra Modi's government formed a two-member commission headed by a retired High Court judge to probe the case after the Gujarat police came under fire for spying on a woman. Retired Gujarat High Court Judge Sujyaben Bhatt and retired Additional Chief Secretary of the state K.C. Kapoor was made a member of the inquiry committee. The commission was asked to submit its report within three months.

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The Gujarat government had stated at the time that the government had set up a two-member commission under the Commission of Inquiry Act 1952, which would look into the matter and submit a report. Suspended IAS officer Pradeep Sharma, while trying to encircle Gujarat Chief Minister and then BJP's prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi, alleged that the woman's phone was allegedly tapped illegally and that the probe was being seen as an attempt to compensate.

File photo of Congress leader Shaktisinh Gohil


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"Unlawful telephone tapping and surveillance is an unforgivable crime,"
Shaktisinh Gohil alleged. Instead of taking such a step, how can it be justified to use the entire public protection mechanism for illegal espionage? The Supreme Court has given clear guidelines regarding telephone tapping, violating all of which makes illegal telephone tapping and surveillance an unforgivable crime and the responsibility lies with the Chief Minister of Gujarat, as the woman's father himself said in his letter That is why all this misdeed was done on the instructions of the Chief Minister.

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Shankarsinh Vaghela and Arjun Modhwadia also alleged that
at a get-together at Gandhinagar Circuit House, veteran Congressman Shankarsinh Vaghela said, "Why is our Saheb so worried for a daughter when the safety of women in Gujarat is in danger?" That is the question. The women of Gujarat understand this. In case of spying and phone-tapping of a woman, should IAS and IPS officers be victimized, should they be deprived of promotion? Lies are in the throat of BJP. The rulers in power abuse the police for their own selfish ends. Pradesh Congress president Arjun Modhwadia demanded that the seat be investigated by a sitting judge of the Supreme Court or the High Court or under the guidance of a sitting judge on the issue of spying on women and said that if the BJP had the courage, it should seek the resignation of Narendra Modi and Amit Shah.

File photo of Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal.


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Arvind Kejriwal writes letter to Women's Commission In
2016 , Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal wrote a letter to the National Commission for Women (NCW) against PM Modi demanding an inquiry into the Gujarat women's espionage case against PM Modi. He also demanded an inquiry into the matter against Amit Modi along with PM Modi. In his letter to the President of the National Commission for Women, Kejriwal said, "I am also attaching documents and digital evidence related to how Modi and Shah spied on a young woman half their age, so I urge you to Initiate an investigation and take all possible action against them. "

Shankarsinh Vaghela retweeted today and made allegations in the phone-tapping case.

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