India bans 59 Chinese Apps, including TikTok

India blocks 59 Chinese Apps including Tik Tok after the Ladakh incident. In recent days, the Indian government has come under pressure from the Chinese military in Ladakh’s Gulwan Valley and the opposition has reacted strongly, and now India has banned Chinese mobile applications to quell public outrage.

The Indian central government has blocked 59 Chinese apps in the country, including the popular video-sharing app Tik Tok, UC Browser, CM Browser, Beauty Plus, and others.

The Indian government says Chinese applications are detrimental to India’s integrity and security and has been blocked immediately.

It may be recalled that after the defeat at the hands of the Chinese army, a campaign to boycott Chinese products was launched by extremist Hindus in India but was not successful.

In the past few days, the Chinese army had killed 20 Indian soldiers and injured about 80 others for violating the border in the Gulwan Valley, while 10 personnel, including three officers, were arrested and later released.

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