In the midst of the current tensions in Ladakh, the Narendra Modi government at the Center has given another big blow to China. The central government has banned 59 Chinese apps including Tik-Tok, UC Browser in the country. The central government called it a threat to the sovereignty, unity and defense of the country.
After the violent clash between India and Chinese troops in Ladakh on June 15, the dispute between the two countries is continuously deepening. The Indian government has given a big blow to China in recent times in many areas. On the one hand, the government has given the Indian Army a free hand to respond to the Chinese troops on the LAC, on the other hand, on the other hand, they have started preparing to clamp down on Chinese products to economically weaken China.
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The government banned 59 different kinds of mobile apps, which are prejudicial to the sovereignty, integrity and national security of the country, including apps such as China's app TicTalk, ShareIt and WeChat.
The IT Ministry said in an official statement released on Monday that it has received several complaints from various sources, including several reports about the misuse of some mobile apps available on Android and iOS platforms. These reports state that these apps steal users' data and send them unauthorizedly to servers located outside India.
The compilation, investigation and profiling of these data by elements hostile to India's national security, ultimately based on India's sovereignty and integrity, is a matter of great concern, the statement said. Is required.
The Indian Cyber Crime Coordination Center under the Ministry of Home Affairs also recommended a comprehensive ban on these malicious apps. On the basis of these and recently on receiving reliable information that such apps are a threat to the sovereignty and integrity of India, the Government of India used some apps used in mobile and non-mobile Internet enabled devices, the statement said. Has decided to shut down.
The statement said that this step will protect the interests of crores of Indian mobile and Internet users. This decision is a step towards ensuring the security and sovereignty of Indian cyberspace.
India, China to hold Lt General level talks on Tuesday
There will be another round of Lieutenant General level talks between the Indian and Chinese armies on Tuesday to reduce tensions in eastern Ladakh and finalize ways to repel forces from sensitive areas. Government sources gave this information.
Sources said that this will be the third Lt. General level talks and it will be on Indian land along the Line of Actual Control in the Chushul sector. The first two meetings were held in China on the LAC in Moldo.
In the second round of talks, on June 22, the two sides had mutually agreed to retreat to tense places in eastern Ladakh. The Indian delegation will be led by Lieutenant General Harinder Singh, the commander of the 14th Corps, while the Chinese side can be led by the commander of the Tibet Military District.
There was a violent clash between the two sides in Galvan on the night of 15 June following which both sides held at least three rounds of Major General level talks to find ways to reduce tensions.
Significantly, there was a violent clash between India and Chinese soldiers in the Galwan Valley of Ladakh on the night of 15 June, in which 20 Indian soldiers were killed and around 50 Chinese soldiers were also killed. After that incident, protest against China has started in the country from road to parliament. People are boycotting China products.