Government of India should ban Chinese Products and Apps immediately

Government of India should ban Chinese Products and Apps immediately

Government of India should ban Chinese Products and Apps immediately. Image Courtesy – Letsintern

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has declared the process in building a ‘self-reliant’ India, and voices have been raised in the country to boycott foreign goods. The ruling BJP has already made an announcement. Union Home Minister Amit Shah has instructed BJP workers to boycott foreign products and use domestic products and campaign for them.

Meanwhile, Indian intelligence has identified 52 Chinese apps that have been accused of data theft. According to media reports, detectives have asked the government to block those apps or ban phone users. The National Security Council also demanded that the use of those apps be stopped for the sake of the country’s security. However, no decision has yet been taken by the government in this regard.

Here are the Chinese apps on Android and iOS that may breach your security and the security of India too.

TikTok, Vault-Hide, SHAREit, UC News, UC Browser, BeautyPlus, Vigo Video, Bigo Live, Weibo, WeChat, Xender, ClubFactory, Helo, LIKE, Kwai, ROMWE, SHEIN, NewsDog, Photo Wonder, APUS Browser, VivaVideo, QU Video, Perfect Corp, CM Browser, Virus Cleaner (Hi Security Lab), QQ NewsFeed, WeSync, SelfieCity, Clash of Kings, Mail Master, Mi Video call, Xiaomi, Parallel Space, Mi Community, DU recorder, YouCam Makeup, Mi Store, 360 Security, DU Battery Saver, DU Browser, DU Cleaner, DU Privacy, Clean Master, Cheetah, CacheClear, DU apps studio, Baidu Translate, Baidu Map, Wonder Camera, ES File Explorer, QQ International, QQ Launcher, QQ Security Centre, QQ Player, QQ Music, QQ Mail.

The whole world is angry with China for spreading the coronavirus. At the same time, China’s recent treatment with India on the Ladakh border has led to a growing boycott of the Chinese goods across the country.

Read: Rate of Covid-19 infection is not very high in India even the recovery rate is higher

According to the sources, the telecom ministry has decided that Chinese technology will no longer be used to improve BSNL’s services. Because, according to the centre, using Chinese technology is likely to leak confidential information. So, this decision not to use Chinese technology has been taken for the sake of safety. The Telecom Ministry also said that the tender already called for in this regard is being reconsidered.

During the violent clash between India and China in the Galwan valley of Ladakh, 20 Indian Army soldiers have been martyred. The Indian Army confirmed this on Tuesday night. On the other hand, news agency ANI has quoted an intercept claiming that 43 Chinese soldiers were also killed.

However, this news has been completely suppressed in the Chinese media. The two newspapers, People’s Daily and PLA Daily, called as the Chinese mouthpiece did not give news of the encounter with the Indian Army in Ladakh, while the Global Times newspaper took a small place on the 16th page, attacking the encounter.

The Indian Army statement said that on the intervening night of 15-16 June 2020, India-China clash took place. 17 Indian troops were injured on the line of duty. Twenty Indian soldiers were martyred for the country in the sub-zero-temperature (extremely cold) area. The Indian Army is always committed to safeguarding the integrity and sovereignty of its country.

At the same time, sources have also told news agency ANI that China has also suffered in this bloody clash. 43 PLA soldiers have been damaged. Some of them have been killed, while many have been seriously injured. Sources also told that Chinese choppers’ activity around LAC was high. It is believed that these helicopters came to airlift the soldiers of PLA who were killed or injured in the bloody clash with India.

Now the question is if China can block Google, Facebook and other companies to enter into their territory, why not Indian government can impose ban all the Chinese products and Software Applications in India?

Reference: India TV

Pinaki Krishna Ghosh

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Pinaki Krishna Ghosh is an IT professional, and has spent many years in IT industry, publishing house and press. He has passion for writing on several topics. Presently, he is writing for Bigumbrella.

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