China responds to India banning 59 Chinese apps; here’s what they said

China on Tuesday 30 June expressed concern over the ban imposed by the Indian government on popular Chinese mobile applications such as Tickcock and WeChat in India.

Zhao Lijian said during a daily news briefing, “We want to emphasize that the Chinese government always tells Chinese businesses to comply with international and local laws and regulations. The government of India has the legal rights of international investors Responsibility to maintain. ” .”China is strongly concerned confirming this situation,” the news agency quoted China’s Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian as saying.

“Practical cooperation between China and India is truly mutually beneficial and winning,” he said.

In a diplomatic response to the Chinese invasion along the Line of Actual Control in Ladakh, where 20 Indian soldiers and an unknown number of Chinese soldiers were killed two weeks ago, India on Monday banned 50 Chinese mobile applications.

59 Apps are prone to prejudice to India’s sovereignty and integrity

The government said in its statement that 59 applications were foremost for India’s sovereignty and integrity, defense of India, security of the state and public order. “This step will protect the interests of crores of Indian mobile and internet users,” the statement from the Indian IT Ministry said.

Since Beijing’s violent confrontation and aggressive temper, there has been vocal sentiment against the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) regime in India.

Apps that have been banned include Halo, Like, CamScanner, Wego Video, MI Video Call Xiaomi, Clash of Kings as well as e-commerce platform Club Factory and Sheen.

The Ministry of Information Technology also issued a statement stating, “The compilation of these data, its mining and hostile elements by the national security and defense of India, which ultimately imposes on India’s sovereignty and integrity, is very deep and The immediate concern is the need for emergency measures. ”

(With agency inputs)

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