Assam CM Blames Amnesty International For Pegasus ‘Conspiracy’, Asks Centre To Ban It

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Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma on July 21 Tuesday requested the Centre to ban the functioning of Amnesty International in the country for their involvement in the Pegasus case.

“I request Govt of India to ban the functioning of Amnesty International in the country. I feel the Congress party should join hands with the government in criticising Amnesty International. They can’t defame our country like this all the time”, said  Himanta Biswa Sarma while speaking on Pegasus report.

The Chief Minister also said that Amnesty International & certain other international groups are only here to defame India’s democracy and leadership and urges the central govt to ban the organisation in the country.

Sarma also added that various Left-wing organisations throughout the world, including Amnesty International, are part of the conspiracy. Sarma said this while addressing a press conference.

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