AICC spokesperson Dasoju Shravan alleged that Pegasus was taking control of many phones in India through phone tapping. TPCC executive president Anjan Kumar Yadav presided over the dharna at the call of the AICC. According to the Privacy Act, this would be a threefold violation of the Constitution. He accused the Prime Minister of tapping the phones of opposition parties, judges and media representatives in fear of defeat. In Telangana, the CM KCR is also tapping the phone. He complained to Union Minister Kishan Reddy about the matter but was incensed that he did not care. They demanded an inquiry into the matter by a parliamentary committee.
Congress workers and leaders left Indira Park when the Telangana Congress party called for a siege of the Raj Bhavan on Thursday afternoon. Upon receiving the information, the police rushed to the spot, arrested the activists and leaders and shifted them to various police stations. On this occasion a fierce confrontation broke out between the Congress activists and the police. This has created a tense atmosphere in the vicinity of Indira Park.
Sitakka, who took part in the dharna, said, “The central and state governments are threatening personal freedom. Violating rights by committing phone tapping. The information is being put in the hands of foreigners. “Prime Minister Modi and Union Minister Amit Shah are threatening national security.” It was during this sequence that the police arrested Sitakka.