TikTok and Other 50 Chinese Apps Are Threat to India, Says Security Agencies

Tiktok and other chinese apps are threat to India

New Delhi: Nowadays Indians are boycotting all the Chinese products due to LAC (Line Of Actual Control) war of India and China. After 20 soldiers killed by china, Indian people are against all Chinese goods. Now as per the sources, the Security of India Team claimed that there are more than 50 mobile applications which should be banned in the nation as they pose a security threat to India.

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According to the recent reports and data submitted by Indian security agencies, these apps are sending important data of the country to them. TikTok, Uc Browser, Helo are the main applications which are sending user data to and information to other countries including China.
Although, these companies have contradicted all the assertions of sending data to other countries.

Tiktok and other chinese apps are threat to India
Source: OpIndia

In the meantime “Boycott China-made Goods” Slogans once again ruptured across India after clashes between India and China at Ladakh’s Galwan valley. Reports say that 20 Indian soldiers got killed in this LAC war.

Now Indian Protesters are demanding from the government to avenge the deaths of these martyred soldiers and ban trading of goods ties with china. As per reports by news organizations, nonconformists consumed Chinese banners, China-made items, and models of President Xi Jinping.

Likewise, the telecom division gave notification to BSNL and MTNL to not utilize Chinese telecom hardware during its 4G upgradation.
Despite the fact that China has said that India must not belittle its firm will to shield its regional power. The remarks were made by Chinese Foreign Ministry representative Hua Chunying on Twitter.

According to a tweet by Hua, “India must not misconceive the current circumstance or underestimate China’s firm will to protect its regional power.”

Also as per the other sources, India may re-think their ICT strategy for 5G rollout in the nation with Chinese organizations ZTE and Huawei.