Banning Chinese App was 'Digital Strike': Ravi Shankar Prasad

Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad has made a big statement after the government banned 59 Chinese apps. He called the decision to ban the Chinese app a digital strike on China.

Yogita S.
Published on: 2 July 2020 9:01 AM GMT
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New Delhi: Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad has made a big statement after the government banned 59 Chinese apps. He called the decision to ban the Chinese app a digital strike on China. He said that we have banned these Chinese apps keeping in mind the data security of the people of the country. It was a digital strike.

Digital Strike to protect India:

Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said that India is a champion of peace, but if someone turns a bad eye on us, we will give him a proper answer. We also undertake digital strikes to protect the people of India. He said that the country has to be self-sufficient in the matter of mobile apps.

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Boycott China App:

The Modi government at the center had banned 59 Chinese apps in India late on Monday night. Which includes apps like TikTok, Shareit, UC Browser, DU battery saver, Helo, Likee, WeChat, UC News, BigoLive and Vigo Video. The government has taken this step in view of data and privacy safety. Now no new user can install these apps.

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A huge loss for Chinese Govt:

This decision of India is expected to cause heavy losses to China. China's official newspaper Global Times has itself admitted that this decision of the Indian government may cause huge losses to China. The newspaper has written that Chinese Internet company ByteDance, which is also the mother company of Tik Tok, suffered a loss of $ 6 billion due to this decision of the Indian government.

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Yogita S.

Yogita S.

Media Graduate, News Editor and PR Enthusiast.

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