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No inquiry into snooping row: Centre

No inquiry into snooping row: Centre

India Blooms News Service | 09 May 2014, 07:48 pm
New Delhi, May 9 (IBNS) In what appears to be a big relief to the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and its prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi, the Congress-led Centre on Friday told the Supreme Court that no inquiry panel will be set up to probe the snoopgate scandal involving the Gujarat Chief Minister.

On May 6, the father of a woman who was allegedly put under surveillance while she was in Gujarat by the Modi government sought quashing of a probe into the matter and approached the Supreme Court on the matter with his appeal.

The father of the woman architect from Bangalore who was allegedly snooped upon reportedly said incriminating materials have been put up on the website Gulail.com and he sought restraint on the probe by the Gujarat government or the Centre.

The father of the woman said she is now married and it would be a violation of her privacy.

The Supreme Court sent notice to the Centre and the Gujarat government  seeking a response by Friday.

Earlier, the ruling Congress-led United Progressive Alliance (UPA) government decided not to immediately order a probe into the snooping case in Gujarat linking Modi.

Media reports earlier said the Congress agreed that next government that would come to power would rather probe snoopgate involving Modi after the key allies of Congress like the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) of Sharad Pawar and National Conference (NC) of Omar Abdullah said the time of Centre's decision to appoint a judge to head an inquiry commission  to probe into Gujarat's 'snoopgate' scandal was not correct.

Snoopgate, as it is referred to now, is around alleged illegal surveillance on a young woman architect from Bangalore in Gujarat by the Modi regime though BJP said it was done taking her parents into confidence and at their request for the woman's security.

No inquiry into snooping row: Centre

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