Supreme Court will form expert committee to investigate Pegasus espionage case, may be announced soon

The Supreme Court will soon form an expert committee in the Pegasus case. The Supreme Court said that it will constitute an expert committee to investigate the matter. The order for this will be issued next week.

CJI NV Ramana said during the hearing of a case that we wanted to issue the order this week. They are forming an expert committee, but some members have refused to join due to personal reasons, so the matter is getting delayed.


CJI Ramana told this to senior advocate CU Singh. Let us inform that CU Singh is also appearing for the petitioners in the Pegasus case. On September 13, the apex court had reserved the verdict in this matter. It will decide on 12 petitions.

At the same time, the central government had refused to file a detailed affidavit citing public interest and security of the nation. The petitions are filed by advocate ML Sharma, CPI(M) MP John Brittas, journalist N Ram, former IIM professor Jagdeep Chokkar, Narendra Mishra, Paranjoy Guha Thakurta, Rupesh Kumar Singh, SNM Abdi, former finance minister Yashwant Sinha and the Editors Guild of India.