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The Supreme Court extended the deadline for the main court-appointed technical and supervisory panels to deliver their findings on the Pegasus row on Friday (May 20). The Supreme Court also stated that 29 'infected' mobile phones are being tested for spyware, with the process expected to take four weeks. According to a PTI report, the high court bench led by Chief Justice NV Ramana said the technical committee has been checking mobile phones for spyware and has also recorded statements from people including journalists.

"The process of the technical committee shall be completed in four weeks, and the supervisory judge should be informed."Following that, the supervisory judge will submit his report. In July, make a list "According to the PTI report, the CJI said.

The Supreme Court ordered an investigation into the alleged deployment of spyware in October of last year.