China’s uneasiness increased due to India’s digital strike

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Dragon admitted that India’s banning of its app has harmed the interests of many Chinese companies.

China has reacted for the first time after India’s digital strike on China that banned 54 of its mobile apps due to security reasons. This remark of the Chinese Ministry of Commerce shows Dragon’s restlessness, while also giving a glimpse of taking the matter lightly on its part.

China has been upset and said that many Chinese companies have been harmed by India banning its app. But at the same time, going forward, it was said on behalf of the Communist dictatorial government that it is expected that India will work with Chinese companies and other foreign investors in a fair, transparent and non-discriminatory manner.

A spokesman for the Ministry of Commerce of China says that China has contributed a lot to India’s economic development. Spokesperson Gao Feng said in the context of India’s digital strike, ‘India has taken many steps in the past to ban Chinese companies and their products. Due to these, the legitimate rights and interests of Chinese companies have suffered a lot. It was also seen that along with Chinese companies, foreign investors are also very worried about the investment environment in India. Foreign investors have created a lot of employment opportunities in India, have contributed to India’s economic development. Gao Feng has further said that China and India are not just neighbors, but both have economic and trade cooperation.

Spokesperson Gao Feng said in the context of India’s digital strike, ‘India has taken many steps in the past to ban Chinese companies and their products. Due to these, the legitimate rights and interests of Chinese companies have suffered a lot.

China’s Ministry of Commerce spokesman said that ‘we hope that India can take concrete steps to maintain the strong momentum of development of bilateral economic and trade cooperation’.

It is noteworthy that on February 15, India had banned 54 apps of China. It was said from India that all these apps were posing a threat to the security of India. Among the Chinese apps that have been banned are popular apps like ‘Garena Free Fire’ and ‘AppLock’. Remember, on June 29, 2020, after the Galvan conflict, India had banned many social media platforms, such as Tiktok, WeChat and Hello, citing the security of the country. Then about 59 Chinese apps were banned.

Not only this, India then banned 47 Chinese apps on 27 July 2020, 118 apps on 2 December 2020 and 43 Chinese apps out of India on November 2020. The Government of India has banned all these Chinese apps under Section 69A of the Technology Act of the country.

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