Pakistan on Friday referred to as on the related UN our bodies to totally examine India’s use of Israeli spy ware – Pegasus in opposition to Prime Minister Imran Khan and others.
In a press release, International Workplace Spokesperson Zahid Hafeez stated: “We have noted with serious concern recent international media reports exposing Indian government’s organized spying operations against its own citizens, foreigners as well as Prime Minister Imran Khan, using an Israeli origin spyware.”
Condemning India’s state-sponsored, persevering with and widespread surveillance and spying operations the spokesperson stated, “Keeping a clandestine tab on dissenting voices is a long-standing textbook ploy of the RSS-BJP regime to commit human rights atrocities in Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir and peddle disinformation against Pakistan.”
The spokesperson additional stated the world has seen the true face of the so-called Indian “democracy” when the reviews of EU Disinfo Lab, Indian Chronicle, surfaced earlier final yr.
“We are closely following these revelations and will bring the Indian abuses to the attention of appropriate global platforms,” learn the assertion launched by the international workplace.
“In view of the gravity of these reports, we call on the relevant UN bodies to thoroughly investigate the matter, bring the facts to light, and hold the Indian perpetrators to account,” it added.
It’s pertinent to say right here that the cell phones of no less than two dozen Pakistani senior defence and intelligence officers had been allegedly focused with expertise owned by the Israeli spy ware firm NSO Group.
The alleged breach of privateness was found throughout an evaluation of 1,400 individuals whose telephones had been the main target of hacking makes an attempt in a two-week interval earlier this yr, the report says quoting sources conversant in the matter who wished to not be named.
Prime Minister Imran Khan and Indian Nationwide Congress chief Rahul Gandhi had been chosen as potential targets of the Israeli-made Pegasus spy ware program by purchasers of the NSO Group cyberespionage agency, in accordance with an investigation by 17 media organizations revealed on July 18.