STATING that the Pegasus spy ware challenge was severe, Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar on Wednesday known as for an investigation to establish full information of the surveillance.
“The Pegasus issue is a serious one. What happened and during whose period… it has taken place, who is responsible for it and who gave the orders? The people have a right to know, there should be no politics in it,” Pawar stated, whereas calling for a radical investigation.
He was talking at a perform in Pimpri, the place electrical three-wheelers have been distributed.
The deputy CM additionally stated those that had acquired each doses of the Covid-19 vaccine ought to get reduction from the present restrictions. “I am going to discuss the issue with the chief minister in a day or two,” he stated. However, Pawar, the guardian minister of Pune, additionally warned: “The next 100-120 days are very crucial vis-a-vis the third Covid wave. We will have to adhere to all Covid norms and remain alert all the time,” he stated.
Flagging the insufficient inventory of vaccines, the deputy chief minister stated, “The Centre distributes vaccines. Compared to Maharashtra’s population, we are not getting the required number of vaccine doses. The chief minister has urged the Prime Minister to provide vaccine stock after taking into consideration the population of the state. If we get adequate stock of vaccines, citizens will not have to suffer…”.
Pawar stated the Centre had introduced that from July, vaccine manufacturing would improve and enough inventory can be obtainable. “However, adequate vaccine stock has not been made available despite repeatedly pursuing the issue with the Centre. The citizens have developed a mindset for taking the vaccine, there is good response from people across the state,” he stated.
Praising the launch of electrical three-wheelers, Pawar stated, “If we don’t control pollution levels and protect the environment now, the next generation will not forgive us. Electric vehicles are a good alternative to diesel vehicles.”