New Delhi: After banning 250 Chinese apps last year, the central government is going to take another big step soon. According to the information received, the government may soon investigate the phones made by Chinese mobile companies. Along with this, it will also be seen that people are not being spied on by the apps which are already being installed on the phone. For this, the government is going to bring a new rule soon. According to the Economic Times, the new rule that the government is about to bring is to check all the mobile companies having Chinese apps installed in them. The apps which are already coming in the phones of Chinese companies will be strictly checked. Along with this, the government will also ask for the source code of all. The government will also ask for the list of software, hardware, all kinds of things installed by the mobile companies. Oppo, Vivo, and Redmi on top According to the report released, China’s Oppo, Vivo, One Plus, and Redmi are in the first place in the list made by the government. It may be noted that these four companies account for about 50 percent of the Indian market. According to the new rules, the government will strictly check the mobile phones of all these companies, so that it can be ascertained whether the apps that have been used in them are not being used for spying.