India banned the Chinese Apps in response to Ladakh dispute

India bans 60 Chinese Apps

India bans 60 Chinese apps after huge criticism by the public after Ladakh incidence where china takes control of Galwan valley in Ladakh. 


Chinese Apps banned in India


About 60 Chinese apps including Tik Tok, We chat, and famous Chinese browser UC browser is also banned in India. PM Modi after huge pressure from the public and current uncertain relations with china ban Chinese apps.

Where many public is happy after this decision by the government of India at the same time hard work and dedication put up by many Indian Tik Tokers on Tik Tok got wasted as they are now losing their source of earning in such a situation where due to COVID-19 epidemic unemployment increasing day by day.

Tik Tok also faced criticism not only in India but also in America as many American Senators already argued to do an independent investigation on Tik Tok as they being accused of stealing the data of its user. Tik Tok has over 120.5 million users in India and India is considered one of the biggest foreign hubs. Tik also widely used in India for product marketing as it is one of the most effective ways of product promotion in India.

UC Browser another well known and popular app owned by Chinese technology company UC Web which is own by another larger Chinese group Ali Baba Group of Companies. This browser was well known for its fast speed loading better download option and provision of quality news inside its browser is also among the 60 apps which are banned by India.

Another famous Chinese app We Chat which serves the purpose as a social media and mobile payment app developed by Tencent company of china was also got banned. This app was initially launched in 2011 and become one of the world's largest social media apps in 2018  with more than 1 billion monthly users of this app.

In June both the countries deployed a large number of troops on the Ladakh border after the deadliest clash at Ladakh where 20 Indian soldiers were killed by Chinese troops due to border issues.

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