Baidu Search and Weibo Apps Banned in India (Photo Credit-Twitter)
The two countries are face to face after the conflict in Galvan between the soldiers of India and China. India is not going to leave the betrayal of China this time. This is the reason for the deployment of army on LAC or banning of Chinese apps under digital surgical strike. In this episode, India has once again shocked China. India has blocked two of China’s most popular apps (Baidu) Baidu Search and (Weibo) Weibo. Both these apps are considered very important for China. One of these Weibo is compared to Twitter. While Baidu is considered an alternative to Google. According to the media report, India can soon take action on the PUBG app and block it.
According to media reports, if both Chinese apps are to be believed, Baidu Search and Weibo are both included in the same 47 apps, which were banned by the Indian government on July 27 after a dispute with the Chinese military. If the news is to be believed, the decision to remove both these apps from the Google Play Store has been given by the government. Along with this, Internet service providers have been asked to block both these applications.
Let us tell you that Weibo was launched by the Cyano Corporation of China in 2009. Prime Minister Narendra Modi also had an account on this app. In 2015, Prime Minister Modi opened his account on Weibo. But after the nefarious act of the Chinese army, he said goodbye to China’s social media platform Weibo. This app has 500 million users. At the same time, 59 apps of Chinese origin were banned by the government before the Government of India, including TikTok, Shareit, UC Browser, Shein and BeautyPlus. The ministry said in the letter that all the apps were a threat to the sovereignty, integrity and security of the country. In such a situation, strict steps can be taken if these orders are not followed.