The AP is stirring up controversy in politics. The remarks made by the West Bengal CM that he had bought the controversial Pegasus software when he was the Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh have become a hot topic. Speaking in the Bengal Assembly on Wednesday, she said that four years ago, some Bengal police were approached to sell Pegasus software for Rs 25 crore. He said the matter was rejected as soon as he knew. Chandrababu said the government had bought it at the time. Lokesh, who was the IT minister during the TDP regime, responded to Mamata Banerjee’s remarks. ‘I don’t know if she really said that. However, where and in what context she spoke like that, she was definitely given false information. Pegasus has also offered to sell its spyware to the Andhra Pradesh government. “But we rejected it. Would Jagan have come to power if we had been spying with Pegasus,” Lokesh said. The Pegasus affair has rocked the country in the past as celebrity phones have been hacked. West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee said she had received an offer to sell the software a few years back. Four years ago, representatives of Pegasus approached the police department to sell hacking equipment to Pegasus. Mamata has demanded Rs 25 crore for that. He said that the matter came to him .. He denied that they did not need such machines. He said it was not acceptable to use it on judges. In the past, Pegasus software has been accused of illegally spying on the phones of politicians, media representatives and social activists in the country. The matter is also being heard in the Supreme Court.