The Big decision of Government of India, 118 Chinese apps including PUBG Mobile banned

The Government of India has taken a major decision amid the ongoing border dispute between India and China. MINISTRY OF INFORMATION & TECHNOLOGY has banned 118 Chinese apps including PUBG MOBILE.

The Big decision of Government of India, 118 Chinese apps including PUBG Mobile banned
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The Government of India has taken a major decision amid the ongoing border dispute between India and China. Ministry of Information & Technology has banned 118 Chinese apps including PUBG Mobile. Many Chinese apps have been banned by India earlier, which China criticized. The government’s decision came at a time when tension between India and Chinese troops once again increased in East Ladakh.

224 apps banned including PUBG MOBILE, TIKTOK

Significantly, the Indian government has so far banned a total of 224 Chinese apps. These apps have many popular apps including TikTok, PUBG. The Indian government had banned 59 Chinese apps in the first phase followed by 47 more Chinese apps. Now the Indian government has banned 118 apps.

These apps violate National Security and Users Privacy. Earlier in the report, it was being said that the Ministry of Telecom had 275 apps under the government’s radar. Now the Government of India has once again banned 118 of these apps.

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Explain that when India banned 59 apps, Chinese Commerce Ministry spokesman Gao Feng said that China has not taken any step to curb against Indian products and services. According to a statement posted on the ministry’s website, Fang said, “First of all I want to make it clear that China has not taken any kind of curb or partisan action against Indian products and services.”

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