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Restricting Chinese Apps Was an ‘Advanced Strike’, Says Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad

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Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad on Thursday named India’s choice to boycott 59 Chinese applications in the midst of a strained deadlock among Indian and Chinese soldiers in eastern Ladakh a “computerized strike”.

“We restricted Chinese applications to ensure information of kinsmen; it was an advanced strike,” Mr Prasad said at a BJP rally in West Bengal today,” Prasad was cited as saying in a Bengal BJP rally by news organization PTI.

The Law, Communications, Electronics and Information Technology Minister included: “India is for harmony, yet on the off chance that someone throws a stink eye we will give a befitting answer.”

India on Monday restricted 59 applications with Chinese connections, including immensely well known TikTok and UC Browser, saying they were biased to sway, honesty and security of the nation.

The boycott, which comes in the scenery of current stalemate along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Ladakh with Chinese soldiers, likewise incorporates WeChat and Bigo Live.

The rundown of applications that have been prohibited likewise incorporate Helo, Likee, Cam Scanner, Vigo Video, Mi Video Call, Xiaomi, Clash of Kings just as internet business stages Club Factory and Shein. This denotes the biggest compass against the Chinese innovation organizations.

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