Digital apps should abide by guidelines: MEA on banning of Chinese apps


Tribune News Release

New Delhi, September 3

India hit again strongly at a Chinese authorities assertion that opposed the banning of cellular apps with Chinese content material.

Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) spokesperson Anurag Srivastava mentioned whereas India had one of many world’s most open regimes for the FDI, they have to abide by the federal government’s guidelines and rules. He referred to a Ministry of Electronics and Information and Technology assertion that mentioned the apps had been banned as “they are engaged in activities prejudicial to sovereignty and integrity of India, defence of India and security of the state and public order”.

China’s Commerce Ministry mentioned on Thursday that the motion “strongly violates the legal interests of Chinese investors and services providers” whereas asking “India to correct its mistakes”.

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The authorities had on Wednesday banned 118 mostly-Chinese cellular functions, together with the favored PUBG, after a recent spherical of border confrontation with China in japanese Ladakh. It had earlier banned 59 apps, together with TikTok, after the Galwan Valley conflict on June 15.



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