The Indian government has once again started a digital strike and according to the report, the government has banned 54 Chinese apps in India. The Modi government has decided to ban about 54 mobile apps that pose a threat to national security. With this move of the government, China, which has entered the Indian borders under the expansionist policy, can also suffer financially.
According to the news agency ANI, Modi government at the Center has decided to ban 54 mobile apps from China that pose a threat to India's national security. The 54 apps of China that the government has decided to ban include Beauty Camera, Sweet Selfie HD, Selfie Camera, Equalizer and Bass Booster, CamCard for Salesforce Ant, Isoland 2: Ashes of Time Light, Viva Video Editor, Tencent XRiver, Onmyoji Chess, Onmyoji Arena, AppLock, Dual Space Lite, etc. are included.
Let us let you know that on 15 June 2020, there was a violent clash between the soldiers of India and China on the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in the Galwan Valley of Eastern Ladakh. In this violent clash, 20 Indian Army soldiers were martyred. After this action of China, along with Chinese mobile apps in India, many items imported from there have been banned. Despite the strict steps being taken by Indian governent, China is not deterring from committing nefarious acts.
In Northeast India's Arunachal Pradesh and Sikkim, China is constantly encroaching inside the Indian border. The Indian Army is constantly sharing information that China is expanding its railway line through Bhutan and Tibet by establishing villages in Arunachal Pradesh. Along with this, China is constantly using his mobile apps to breach India's national security. Because of this, the government has decided to ban its other apps.