China gives big statement on India bans Chinese app


BEIJING: Strictly dealing with China on the border in Ladakh, India has now banned 59 Chinese apps in the country, besieging it on the strategic front with a strategic front, and ordered Google to remove that app from its Play Store. China is nervous due to this action of India and has started talking about monitoring the situation, expressing sorrow over it. So far, after this action by China, which is showing air in Galvan, now it has started to call for international law.

Chinese Foreign Minister spokesman Zhao Lijian reacted to India's ban on Chinese apps, saying China is very concerned and is reviewing the situation. Tension has been going on between the two countries in Ladakh for more than a month. In a violent clash with the Chinese army in the Galvan Valley, 20 Indian soldiers were killed and 43 Chinese soldiers were killed.

He said, 'We want to say that the Chinese government has always been directing its businessmen to follow global and local regulations. The Government of India has the responsibility to protect the legal rights of all global investors including Chinese.' The Indian government had taken a big decision to ban 59 Chinese apps on Monday. The list of banned apps includes many popular apps like TikTok, UC Browser and ShareIt.

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