Pakistan accuses Modi government of spying, Imran's number in Pegasus list, said - will make a global issue The issue of spying from the Israeli spyware Pegasus has created a ruckus in the country from Parliament to the street, while now this issue is gaining momentum in Pakistan as well. The report of the American newspaper Washington Post has claimed that among the numbers that have been spied, there is also a number that Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan has used once. After this report came out, there has been uproar in the politics of Pakistan. According to Pakistani media Dawn News, Pakistan's IT Minister Fawad Chaudhry has threatened to raise the issue of Pak PM's spying in international forums. Chaudhary has accused India of espionage. He has said that this issue will be raised as soon as the information on this issue comes to the fore. According to the Washington Post report, 1,000 numbers from India and 100 numbers from Pakistan were put in the surveillance list. The spyware software Pegasus is developed by Israeli firm NSO Group Technologies. The company specializes in making hacking software. He claims that the governments of many countries have used his software for espionage. Media reports said that not only Congress leaders but also the phones of Union Culture Minister Prahlad Patel and IT Minister Ashwini Vaishnav, who defended the government in Parliament, were on the hacking target. Among the names mentioned in the report, these are the prominent ones. 1. The phone numbers of Leader of Opposition Rahul Gandhi and Abhishek Banerjee, nephew of Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, were also included in this list. 2. The name of IT Minister Ashwini Vaishnav, who defended the government in Parliament, was also included in this list. 3. The name of election strategist Prashant Kishor has also been mentioned in this list. It was he who branded Modi in 2014. 4. Former Election Commissioner Ashok Lavasa's name is also included in the list. Lavasa had disagreed with the Election Commission's decision on the complaint against Modi-Shah in the 2009 elections. According to the report, Pegasus clients in different parts of the world spy on journalists who have been exposing the government's failures or criticizing its decisions. From Asia to America, many countries spied on journalists through Pegasus or kept them on watch lists. The names of some countries of the world have also been given in the report, where the eyes of the government are on journalists. Topping the list is Azerbaijan, where 48 journalists were on a government watch list. In India this figure is 38. How many journalists in which country Azerbaijan: At least 48 journalists are being monitored by the government for exposing repression and corruption in the country. Morocco: At least 38 journalists are on the watch list for criticizing the government's corruption and human rights violations. UAE: At least 12 journalists are being monitored, including the editor of the Financial Times and an investigative reporter for The Wall Street Journal. India: 38 journalists, including critics of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, were being monitored in the country. Apart from these, governments in Mexico, Hungary, Bahrain, Kazakhstan and Rwanda also spy on journalists.