After banning 59 Chinese apps, the Indian government has banned 47 apps, making another digital strike on China. According to sources, all these 47 apps are clones of 59 previously banned apps, although the names of these 47 banned apps have not been revealed yet. At the same time, no official statement has come from the government regarding the ban on these apps.
In such a situation, a total of 106 apps have been banned in India by the Indian government. At the same time, it is also reported that the government has prepared a list of 275 Chinese mobile apps, which can be banned in the coming time. This list includes apps like PUBG and Zili.
According to sources, the government will check these mobile apps and find out if they are violating the rules of privacy. In addition, many Chinese Internet companies can also be banned. Restrictions may be placed on apps like PUBG and YouLike. According to a report, the Government of India has prepared a list of 275 Chinese mobile apps and these are being investigated. These include apps such as PUBG, Zili, Cap cut, FaceU, Meitu, LBE Tech, Perfect Corp, Sina Corp, Netiz Games, AliExpress, Reso and ULike.
A second case is that the Chinese company UC Web has been accused of running fake news against India. The former associate director has filed a petition in the Gurgaon court against UC Web, a company of China’s Alibaba Group. It is alleged that the company fired him from the job when he opposed the fake news running on the website. Taking cognizance of the petition, the court of Civil Judge Junior Division Sonia Shyokand has issued notice to Alibaba and founder Jack Ma.