India bans 116 Chinese apps, including Pubg


India has banned 118 more Chinese apps. This includes the popular game Pubg. Pubg will not be able to play in India from now on.

The Indian government launched a 'digital strike' on Beijing shortly after the first clash with China in Ladakh, in which 20 Indian soldiers were killed. Last month, the Indian government banned 48 Chinese apps and 59 earlier. Since then, the Indian government has been keeping an eye on the Pubg game. Analysts believe that China has been hit hard by India's decision.

Earlier, the Indian government banned 108 apps in two phases, including TickTock, UC Browser, Share-It, Wi-Chat, CamScanner. The decision was taken by the Government of India to safeguard India's security, solidarity, security and sovereignty and to ensure the security of the information of the people of this country. Most notably, the list of app-makers that were previously banned included multiple Chinese companies such as Tencent, Alibaba, and Xiaomi.


So far, India has banned 224 Chinese apps, including TickTock, WeChat and UC Browser. The number of subscribers to these apps was quite good in this country. As a result, India's decision is seen as a major blow to China.



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