India hurt China by banning apps, now Dragon's cry started for compensation


Posted on 27th Jan 2021 03:40 pm by rohit kumar

During a border dispute with China, the Indian government has tied a bag of 59 Chinese apps, including TicketLock, V Chat, and UC Browser. The Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (IT) has issued a fresh notice in this regard, under which the ban on 59 Chinese apps including TikTok and WeChat in India is being issued. Dissatisfied with the response of the companies, the Government of India has taken this decision. This move by the Indian government has once again hit China. Frustrated by the loss of millions of crores of rupees on the app, the Chinese Communist Party's Bhompu Global Times has said that Chinese companies should demand compensation from the Indian government.

 

The government had issued a notice in the past, according to which the ban on other apps of China including Tiktok will continue. The government first banned 59 apps from China in June and then another 118 in September. These include popular apps like TicTalk and PubG. The Government of India had raised questions about the data being collected through these apps and their usage and sought clarification from the companies of these apps in this regard, but the government is not satisfied with the answers given by the companies, so this step has been raised.

 

This is the reason that ever since the Government of India has banned 59 Chinese apps including Tiktok, Dragon has been troubled ever since. These companies are suffering a lot due to the lack of huge users in India. This same anger of China is now seen in the Global Times. Not satisfied with the response of Chinese companies, Global Times has described it as an excuse and trick for India. On the lines of the proverb 'Khisiani cat pillar noche', the Global Times has alleged that the Indian government has taken this step to vent its anger on the border dispute and another to replace domestic companies and Indian products.

 

The Global Times has alleged in its editorial that India has an old habit of banning foreign companies' products and that American, Japanese, and South Korean companies are aware of India's move. The Chinese government's mouthpiece Global Times, which has been banned by these apps in India, has even reported violations of World Trade Organization policies. It has claimed that all Chinese apps developed in India are officially and legally registered. He has nurtured a relevant market in India by starting his own business. India is pushing them completely and replacing them with local products. It has alleged that it has nothing to do with India's self-reliance, it is simply robbery.

 

Through its editorials, Global Times has also tried to provoke Indian companies. It has been said that Indian companies who have benefited from this 'robbery' know that they are in a business environment where interest balance can be reversed at any time for political gains. China, hiding its failures, has said that India is still in a barbaric era. India, fearing that China is now trying to trap Nepal and neighboring countries, has described India as a backward country. Global Times wrote - India is still a backward country. Protectionism is a double-edged sword from which companies in other countries as well as Indian companies are more likely to get hurt. India did not dare to join the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP). Instead, it insisted on increasing tariffs to take immediate advantage.

 

Furious China said that India wants to ban China. This shows its illiteracy regarding the restrictions. He believes that India's ban on China is a suicide attack, which will only harm India. China did not stop here, it also cried for war and said that China has been reluctant to take strong retaliation against India because we do not want to create a new enemy in the neighborhood. This is China's vision and strategy. At the same time, China has warned India to bear the consequences, threatening India.

 

The Global Times wrote in its editorial that we propose that Chinese companies should protect their rights by resorting to laws and demand from the Indian government to compensate for their losses. The newspaper has said that Chinese companies have contributed to Indian society. But now he was thrown out of the country for political reasons. This is an unprecedented crackdown against groups specialized in international trade activities. Chinese companies should not accept this. They need to fight back. The newspaper further wrote that even though they cannot win cases in India, they need to hear themselves. They should tell the world how bad India's business environment is. New Delhi will have to pay for it.

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