The Indian government announced on Monday that it would ban the use of 47 other cellphone applications made in China after 58 other similar platforms, including the popular “Tik Tok”, took similar action under bilateral tensions.
According to the Indian television broadcaster NDTV, the authorities have decided against almost 50 “apps”, which are considered “clones” of the apps banned at the end of June for privacy and national security reasons.
Tensions between the two countries increased in June after border clashes – the worst since the two countries since 1975 – at the border, in which at least 20 Indian soldiers were killed and unspecified among Chinese troops Victims were to be complained of. .
The epicenter of the disputes is the Ladaj region, which was the stage at the beginning of the year in which the two countries exchanged criticism for the alleged invasion of the neighboring country.