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Pakistan Reached Un For Spying On Pm Imran Khan Phone – Pegasus Spyware: Pakistan Reached UN For Spying On PM Imran Khan’s Phone

Agency, Islamabad.

Published by: Jeet Kumar
Updated Sun, 25 Jul 2021 12:26 AM IST

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Pakistan Foreign Ministry spokesman Zahid Hafeez Chaudhry said Islamabad intends to bring the matter to the attention of appropriate global platforms.

Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan (file photo)
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According to the report of Pakistan’s newspaper The Express Tribune, Pakistan has accused India of using Pegasus spyware for spying from the United Nations.

Pakistan has expressed concern over media reports that India has spied on foreigners including Pakistan PM Imran Khan. Pakistan has also requested the United Nations to conduct an inquiry into the matter.

“We have noted with serious concern the recent international media reports which have revealed that the Indian government has used Israeli spyware against its citizens and foreigners as well as Prime Minister Imran Khan,” Chaudhry, a spokesman for the Pakistani Foreign Ministry, said. Tax espionage.

The spokesperson said the massive surveillance and espionage operation is a clear violation of global norms. Whereas India has already rejected all allegations related to Pegasus espionage.

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According to the report of Pakistan’s newspaper The Express Tribune, Pakistan has accused India of using Pegasus spyware for spying from the United Nations.

Pakistan has expressed concern over media reports that India has spied on foreigners including Pakistan PM Imran Khan. Pakistan has also requested the United Nations to conduct an inquiry into the matter.

“We have noted with serious concern the recent international media reports which have revealed that the Indian government has used Israeli spyware against its citizens and foreigners as well as Prime Minister Imran Khan,” Chaudhry, a spokesman for the Pakistani Foreign Ministry, said. Tax espionage.

The spokesperson said the massive surveillance and espionage operation is a clear violation of global norms. Whereas India has already rejected all allegations related to Pegasus espionage.

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