So far, 224 Chinese apps have been banned in India, including PubGeePeeBee, TicketTock, see full list
new Delhi: India has banned China's Jin 118 mobile app. India is one of the countries where mobile apps are downloaded the most. In such a situation, the government has now started focusing on the 'Made in India' app. The government on Wednesday banned 118 other mobile apps associated with Chinese companies, including the popular gaming app PubG. On which the government said that they have been banned, considering them as dangerous for India's sovereignty, integrity, security and peacekeeping. With this, the number of apps related to Chinese companies have been banned in India, now has increased to 224.
According to an official statement, in addition to Baidu, Baidu Express Edition, Alipay, Tencent Watchlist, FaceU, WeChat Reading, Government WeChat, Tencent Weyun, Apus Launcher Pro, Apus Security, Cut Cut, ShareSeva by Xiaomi and CamCard, according to an official statement. Includes PubG Mobile and PubG Mobile Lite. The statement said that the Ministry of Information Technology (IT) has received several complaints from various sources. These complaints include reports of some mobile app users (users) on platforms such as Android and iOS being stolen and stored on servers outside the country.
The statement said, "The compilation of these information, analyzing them, etc. are doing such elements which are a threat to national security and the defense of India." This ultimately poses a risk to India's sovereignty and integrity. This is a very serious issue that required swift action. ”Prasad, meanwhile, said that Samsung, contract manufacturing companies, and many other companies have launched mobile phones worth $ 153 billion in India in the coming five years and tomorrow. – We have made a commitment to make parts.