Chinese 59 applications bans in India, including Tik Tok

India's Ministry of Information Technology (IT) has banned 59 Chinese apps, including TikTok, UC Browser, VChat and Begum Live.

India announced the ban, calling China's applications a threat to the country's sovereignty, integrity, defense and law and order

According to the Indian Express, the decision was taken after the recent tensions between China and India in Ladakh and it is being termed as the biggest move so far against Chinese technology companies.

The Ministry of Information Technology received numerous complaints from various sources, including numerous reports." There were reports of misuse of various mobile apps on the Android and iOS platforms, which were stealing users' data and illegally transferring it to servers outside India.

The Indian Cyber  Crime Coordinating Center under the Indian Ministry of External Affairs had sent recommendations to the Ministry of IT to block these apps.

Between 2015 and 2019, Chinese companies, including Alibaba and others, invested more than 5.5 billion in Indian technology companies.

It should be noted that 20 Indian soldiers were killed in a clash between Indian and Chinese troops on June 15.

Pictures released by US space technology company Maxar Technologies show Chinese installations along the Gloucester Valley.

Nathan Rosser, a satellite data expert at the Australian Institute for Strategic Policy, said the construction showed there was no prospect of a reduction in tensions.

Twenty Indian soldiers were killed in a clash between Chinese and Indian forces, the deadliest clash between the two countries' forces in 45 years.

According to experts, the chances of a direct war between the two countries are very low, but it may take some time for tensions to subside.

China claims that its 90,000 square kilometers area is located in India, in response to which India claims that its 38,000 square kilometers area is located in the mountainous region of Aksai Chin within China's borders.

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