India gave China such an economic shock, now dragon can retaliate


India gave China such an economic shock, now dragon can retaliate The ongoing tension between India and China on the Galvan Valley is no longer just a border issue. The deception shared by the Chinese soldiers in Galvan Valley will now be accounted for by Share It. To capture the Galvan Valley, China watched the movement of the Indian soldiers on the outskirts by zooming on camera. Now the camera of that zoom will stop in India.

India gave China such an economic shock, now dragon can retaliate



The Indian government has recently banned 59 apps from China, the Indian government has recently banned 59 apps from China.

India gave China such an economic shock, now dragon can retaliate

Indian government made 59 apps to China causing huge loss to Chinese company due to closure of banatic talk

Neither will share cheat now. Neither the enemy's nefarious eyes will zoom in, nor will there be any cocky talk. No record of China's fraud will be able to be saved even now in the cam scanner. Because the issue is no longer even with the troops stationed at the Galvan Valley or the Indo-China border or border, but the Indo-China war has now reached the economic front. And this fight has started by banning 59 Chinese apps like TicketLock, Share It and Cam Scanner in India.
India gave China such an economic shock, now dragon can retaliate


The ongoing tension between India and China on the Galvan Valley is no longer just a border issue. The deception shared by the Chinese soldiers in Galvan Valley will now be accounted for by Share It. To capture the Galvan Valley, China watched the movement of the Indian soldiers on the outskirts by zooming on camera. 

Now the camera of that zoom will stop in India. Each time China talked about the border dispute and then stabbed behind the back. So now Chinese Ticketcock will also be silenced in India. Make money from us and hurt us with the same money, it is necessary to expose this double character of China and it was necessary that two such injuries to China directly hit the heart and affect the vault.

In view of the deteriorating relationship with China, the Indian government has taken a big step and banned 59 Chinese apps. After this decision of the central government, experts believe that this can cause huge economic loss to the companies that operate Chinese apps and to China itself. 

According to an estimate, the company can incur a loss of Rs 100 crore only due to the ban of Tiktok alone. Because only five of the 10 most downloaded mobile apps in India are from Chinese companies between March and May 2020. Among these, Ticketock, Zoom, Helo, Uvideo and UC Browser are the apps which have been kept by millions of Indians. However, some of these apps are still not included in this list.


There is no doubt that people of our country were also earning money from some of these Chinese apps. These apps had also become the means of their livelihood. But let us tell you that under the guise of Rosie Roti and Entertainment, this app was also spying on the people of the country. For example, if you download a Chinese app. So he asks for many types of permission. With which many information related to you gets saved on the server of China. And thus the weapon of misusing these data reaches them. Overall, China is spying on the people of India and Hindustan very easily sitting at home. Therefore, India's security was also threatened by this.
India gave China such an economic shock, now dragon can retaliate


According to Section 69A of the Information Technology Act 2000, the Government of India has the right to block any app if it is a threat to India's sovereignty, unity and security. 59 Chinese apps have been banned, but instead Indian users have the option of these apps. However, there are many of these apps which have not yet been included in this ban list. But we are unknowingly using those Chinese apps. They include Share It, Zoom, TicketLock, UC Browser, Club Factory and Beauty Plus.

Apart from this, mobile apps like WeChat, Cam Scanner and PUBG which are the most used after TicketLock in India. Although India does not have better options yet, but we have many foreign options. Those who are not Chinese. Which include Indian apps like Share All, Cisco Web-X, Share Chat, Epic Browser, Myntra and Selfie Camera.

Now the question is, how will it be banned on 59 Chinese apps? So listen, the Government of India has given instructions to all the Internet service providers of the country to ban these apps .. for example .. if you are using internet through Vodafone .. Airtel .. Jio or any other company .. So you will not be able to see these apps anymore. Apart from this, the stores from which you used to download these apps through Android or iOS, have also been instructed not to download this app in India.

But will these apps stop working on your smartphone already? So the answer is no. App ban and block are two different things. Those who have to understand first. Even before this, Chinese apps have been banned in India.

Following the government's order, companies take some time and only after that they are removed from the app platform. A big question is also about the save content in these apps. There are millions of users of apps like TikTok and cam scanners in India. In such a situation, where will the videos of Tick Talk go? Users also earn money from content on Tick Talk, where will the data of those users be kept?
India gave China such an economic shock, now dragon can retaliate



So consider it as if some Chinese apps were banned in India earlier. These included Tik Tok. Even after the ban, it was removed from the Google Play Store and App Store. That is, no new user could install it. And if this time last time

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