September 24, 2021
Our phones are being tracked through Pegasus: Mamata Banerjee
Launching a scathing attack on the Centre over the Pegasus scooping controversy, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Friday said that their phones are being tracked.
Speaking at a public meeting in Bhabanipur, she said, “All our phones are being tracked through Pegasus. They know what you are talking with your wife. Phone cameras are being kept on. You think it’s switched off, but no, you are being watched. They are scanning everything like Aadhaar. They may scan our brains and come to know what we are thinking.”
West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee stated that complete transparency should be maintained in the transactions made with the money collected by PM Cares Fund.
“The Chief Minister Relief Fund is regularly audited. PM Cares Fund was formed for Covid-19, but yesterday they (Centre) told the court that it is not a government fund. Government employees have donated money there, funds through CSR have been donated there, lakhs of crores of rupees have been donated. So where is that money?” she asked.
She asked the people of Bhabanipur constituency to cast their votes even if it rains on the day of polling or else Bengal’s development will be halted.