The Indian government took an unprecedented step and decided to ban 59 Chinese apps

The Indian government took an unprecedented step and decided to ban 59 Chinese apps

we all know that we shoud not use chinese product to save the economy of the india, still with apps chinese has a huge income source from india.and now government has taken a good step which is literally good news.but still so many indian user are depend on chinese apps like tiktok, other apps like xender,club factory, and etc. yes! we can say that bad news are there for them but in favor of all over india, this is great. let's see what is more to say about this(pollitically).However, we all know that there are so many circumstances happning since all these corona crisis started. and somehow we all know that what people, what is the latest news between india and china?

In a major decision, the government has banned upto 59 Chinese applications plus TikTok. this move is taken for targeting at safeguarding for economy of india.we all know that what are the main aim of chinese government and all of his social companies are in control in gov.. .This decision is aimed for ensuring the safety and sovereignty of Indian cyberspace because chinese apps are collecting our data and sending it to the chinese databases and those data are using as weapon. Don't sure but we can say that.cause in this timeline what is more important is that our data if they know what our private informations are,It means we are in danger.

We demand that Indian government block, remove or make daily day operations very hard for these below listed apps in Indian ecosystem:Of cource, if china is aggressive and worried about its ptivacy by blocking media platforms in its country then it's okay if we are undertakes the chinese apps. why we souldn't be?.Obviously indian government should be aggressive to break all of the threats by china.this is win-win situatuon.we hit one target and will receive two results

1.we are guarding our nations and cyber internet

2.pushing our developers to upgrate the technologies and makes best apps which can stand up with chinese apps

Want to know which are these apps that are banned by the government?

1. TikTok
2. Shareit
3. Kwai
4. UC Browser
5. Baidu map 
6. Shein 
7. Clash of Kings 
8. DU battery saver 
9. Helo 
10. Likee
11. YouCam makeup 
12. Mi Community 
13. CM Browers 
14. Virus Cleaner 
15. APUS Browser 
16. ROMWE 
17. Club Factory 
18. Newsdog 
19. Beutry Plus 
20. WeChat 
21. UC News 
22. QQ Mail 
23. Weibo 
24. Xender 
25. QQ Music 
26. QQ Newsfeed 
27. Bigo Live 
28. SelfieCity 
29. Mail Master 
30. Parallel Space 31. Mi Video Call – Xiaomi 
32. WeSync 
33. ES File Explorer 
34. Viva Video – QU Video Inc 
35. Meitu 
36. Vigo Video 
37. New Video Status 
38. DU Recorder 
39. Vault- Hide 
40. Cache Cleaner DU App studio 
41. DU Cleaner 
42. DU Browser 
43. Hago Play With New Friends 
44. Cam Scanner 
45. Clean Master – Cheetah Mobile 
46. Wonder Camera 
47. Photo Wonder 
48. QQ Player 
49. We Meet 
50. Sweet Selfie 
51. Baidu Translate 
52. Vmate 
53. QQ International 
54. QQ Security Center 
55. QQ Launcher 
56. U Video 
57. V fly Status Video 
58. Mobile Legends 
59. DU Privacy

There are total 59 apps.

The ministry said that the Indian Cyber Crime Coordination Centre, Ministry of Home Affairs has also sent an exhaustive recommendation for banning these dangerous apps.also this ministry has received so many notifications by raising concerns from citizens of india regarding the data risk of privacy we can't trust them said. "The Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-IN) has also received many representations from citizens regarding the security of data and breach of privacy impacting upon public order issues. What is more?, There has been a strong chorus in the public space to take strict action against Apps that harm India’s sovereignty as well as the privacy of our citizens," the ministry expressed concern. 


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Rajesh Modi29-06-2020

It is great idea of Indian government.

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