IT Ministry banned 118 Chinese apps including PUBG

New Delhi: The Government of India has banned another and many Chinese mobile apps once again amidst the ongoing conflict with China over the Ladakh border. According to the information, 118 more Chinese mobile apps including PUBG have been banned. Earlier, many Chinese apps including TikTok were banned by the government, which were quite popular in India. After this, 47 more apps were banned by the central government. Today, once again a big step has been taken by the government and other 118 apps have also been banned along with popular apps like PUBG.

Apart from PUBG, the government has banned apps like Baidu, APUS Launcher Pro, according to an order issued by the IT Ministry. It is worth mentioning that in the end of June, the government of India had declared 58 Chinese apps in India besides TikTok, including ShareIt, UC Browser, Shein, Club Factory, Clash of Kings, Helo, Mi Community, CamScanner, ES File Explorer, Included many apps such as VMate. Even after this, the government, taking strict steps, banned 47 more apps in July. The government claimed that all these apps were involved in some such activities, which could pose a threat to the sovereignty and integrity of the country, security of the country, security of the state and public order etc.