The Chinese reaction has come to light after the Indian government banned 59 Chinese apps amid the ongoing tension over the India-China border dispute. A spokesman for the Chinese Foreign Ministry has said that we are deeply concerned about this. Taking further information of the case.
Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian said, “China is very worried about the app being banned.” He said, ‘We want to emphasize that the Chinese government always tells Chinese businesses to follow international and local laws. The Indian government has the responsibility of maintaining the legal rights of international investors, including Chinese investors. ‘
The Indian government had banned 59 Chinese apps, including TicketLock, Hello, V-Chat, on Monday evening. The government had said that these apps are harmful to the sovereignty, integrity and national security of the country. The IT ministry said in an official statement released on Monday that it had received several complaints from various sources, including several reports about the misuse of some mobile apps available on Android and iOS platforms.
TikTok then released a statement on Tuesday morning. Ticktock said that it has not shared users’ data with any foreign government, including the Chinese government, nor will it do so in the future. Ticktock said, ‘We have been invited to meet with the relevant government stakeholders to answer and submit clarifications. TicTalk complies with all data privacy and security requirements under Indian law. ‘