New Delhi: After banning 59 Chinese apps in India, together with social media platform Weibo, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday deleted his account from the Chinese Twitter different app. Also Read – After Ban on Chinese Apps, Plea in Supreme Court to Cancel All Business Contracts With China
The prime minister had joined the Weibo app on May 4, 2015, to attach with the worldwide viewers in China. However, authorities sources advised ANI that he had determined to stop the app “as soon as the decision was taken to disallow Chinese 59 Apps in India”. Also Read – Let The Dependence on Foreign Apps Stop: Ravi Shankar Prasad on Centre Banning 59 Chinese Apps
“For VIP accounts, Weibo has a more complex procedure to quit which is why the official process was initiated. For reasons best known to the Chinese, there was great delay in granting this basic permission,” the federal government official notified. Also Read – Amul India’s Latest Creative Takes Jibe at TikTok-WeChat Ban in India, Netizens Call it ‘Father of Memes’
PM Modi had a complete of 115 posts on Weibo which needed to be manually deleted because of the delay in permission. However, after nice effort 113 posts had been efficiently eliminated, the official stated.
In a outstanding riposte to China amid the Galwan Valley border dispute, India banned 59 Chinese apps on Monday together with some highly regarded apps like TikTok, UC Browser, WeChat, CamScanner, Weibo and extra.
Sina Weibo is a social media app in China which has an analogous interface in comparison with the micro-blogging web site Twitter. Many embassies in Beijing, together with international leaders use the appliance to attach with Chinese individuals.
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