Senior JD(U) leader Sharad Yadav has raised concerns about a software which enable one to make calls illegally by compromising the genuine mobile numbers and urged Home Ministry to launch a probe into the matter. Also Read - Google Play Store announces blanket ban on Sugar Daddy apps over sexual content
“It is brought to my notice that there is a software which is available in the market and which may prove dangerous for the security of the country. “I am told that by installing the software in question, one can use anyone’s cell phone number and talk to other number…I do not know whether your department is aware of the software,” Yadav said in his letter to Home Minister Rajnath Singh. Also Read - HP Pavilion 13 Review: A good thin and light laptop, that could have been better
He urged Singh to inquire it immediately effect so that “corrective steps” could be taken. The JD(U) leader said he has also written a letter to the Communications and IT Minister in this regard. Also Read - Realme Smart TV Full HD 32-inch review: Best 32-inch Android TV under Rs 20,000?