If case my phone is tapped, govt will enjoy the conversation: Jaswant
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BJP leader Jaswant Singh took a dig at the government over alleged tapping of phones of political leaders, including Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee, saying those following his calls will "enjoy" the conversation.
"If my phone is being tapped... I hope those who are tapping my telephone, they enjoy the conversation that we have," he said here.
He was reacting to questions from reporters after the launch of his book "The Audacity of Opinion: Thoughts, Journeys, Musings".
The Centre had rejected Banerjee's charge that her phone was tapped when she was leading a movement at Nandigram nearly five years ago.
Singh's book is the volume of his writings that covers a broad spectrum and are a vivid reflection of the prevailing political scenario.
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