China News Service, July 24, a comprehensive report, on the 23rd local time, Pakistan called on the United Nations to investigate whether Indian officials used the "Pegasus" software to monitor Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan.

  Pakistan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs said in a statement: “We have noted with grave concern that recent international media reports exposed the spyware surveillance operations funded by the Indian government against its citizens, foreigners and Prime Minister Imran Khan.”

  Pakistan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs issued a statement accusing India of “continuing extensive surveillance and espionage activities with state support”, which clearly violated global norms.

  The statement said: "In view of the seriousness of these reports, we call on the relevant UN agencies to thoroughly investigate the matter, ascertain the facts, and hold the Indian perpetrators accountable."

  The Indian Ministry of Foreign Affairs did not immediately respond to the statement.

  On July 18, 17 international media jointly disclosed a monitoring scandal: a monitoring software called "Fei Ma" was secretly installed on mobile phones held by important figures in the political, business and media circles of many countries. All communications face a high risk of leakage.

  The media jointly disclosed that a total of 180 journalists, 600 politicians, 85 human rights activists, and 65 business leaders have been included in the monitoring list of "Fei Ma" software.

The total number of monitored mobile phone numbers may reach more than 50,000.

On the monitoring list are French President Macron, South African President Ramaphosa, Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan and many other current national leaders.