The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Saturday (April 6) sought a CBI probe into the alleged phone tapping during the previous BRS regime in Telangana. The party petitioned Governor CP Radhakrishnan seeking a CBI investigation into the alleged matter. The BJP appealed to the Governor to seek a report from the state in order to apprise the Union Home Ministry since the matter falls under the concurrent jurisdiction of both the governments and in the ambit of Election Commission, "therefore warranting a thorough CBI investigation".

In a memorandum submitted to the Governor by a BJP delegation led by MP K Laxman, the party pointed out that ever since

Telangana police registered a case, evidence has been emerging in the public domain about the alleged deposition of senior police officers "who masterminded the entire operation."

So far, four senior officers of the rank of ACP and DCP have been arrested, BJP said.

"The facts that are coming out in the public domain are indeed very serious, for they, on the one hand, raise serious questions about the security of the nation and, on the other, breach of the safety and liberty of the individuals. Such a deliberate and mischievous intrusion into private lives by state-sponsored machinery is unprecedented apart from being pernicious," it said.
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