Businesses must follow rules while operating in India: MEA on ban of Chinese apps

Video Credit: ANI
Published on July 2, 2020 - Duration: 01:32s

Businesses must follow rules while operating in India: MEA on ban of Chinese apps

Ministry of External Affairs Spokesperson Anurag Srivastava on July 2 held a virtual press conference in the national capital.

While briefing mediapersons, he cleared India's stand on blocking 59 Chinese mobile apps.

He emphasized that the Chinese app companies should abide by rules and regulations issued by relevant ministries and departments while operating in India.

"While operating in India one has to abide by our rules and regulations issued by relevant ministries and departments, including those pertaining to data security and privacy of individual data," he said.

The action came after India and Chinese troops clashed in Galwan valley in which 20 Indian soldiers lost their lives.

40 soldiers also killed during the clash confirmed by Indian administration as PLA doesn't revealed its casualties.


You are here


๐Ÿ’ก newsR Knowledge: Other News Mentions

Anurag Srivastava

Indian diplomat
The ministry of external affairs said senior commanders of the two sides will meet in the near future to work out steps for further disengagement. Spokesperson..
Credit: IndiaTimes - Published 4 days ago

India on Thursday said it was committed to protecting the life of Indian death row convict Kulbhushan Jadhav amid reports that the Islamabad High Court has..
Credit: IndiaTimes - Published 4 days ago



Galwan River

river in India
The names of 20 Indian Army personnel, who were killed after valiantly fighting Chinese troops in Galwan Valley in eastern Ladakh on June 15, will be inscribed..
Credit: IndiaTimes - Published 5 days ago

Related videos from verified sources

Make in India: Youth makes 'Dodo Drop' as alternative app for ShareIt in JandK's Rajouri 01:56
Video credit: ANI - Published 17 hours ago 

Will Trump Carry Out His Threat To Ban TikTok? 00:42
Video credit: Wochit - Published 2 days ago 

'TikTok may be banned in US,' says President Donald Trump 01:53
Video credit: HT Digital Content - Published 3 days ago 

You might like