It is well known that recently there was a sensation among the users about the hacking of social media, the same Google in its app platform 'Google Play Store' (Google Play Store) linked to the anti-India agenda '2020 Sikh Referendum' app. It has been put on hold. On the same social media, people have started reprimanding Google. After receiving the information, people have expressed their anger against Google on Twitter and advised that Google should not be included in the anti-India agenda.
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According to sources, it has come to light that in fact, some separatist Sikh organizations have demanded a separate Punjab from India. The same is being tried to propagate against India through social media across the world, that there will be a referendum in the year 2020, to decide whether Sikhs should get a separate country or not. The same campaign has been named by these organizations as the '2020 Sikh Referendum'. According to Milli Zakari, the '2020 Sikh Referendum' app is a free one in the Google Play Store.
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Through this app, people have been added to the ongoing campaign against India, this app is available in 27 countries around the world, including Pakistan (Pakistan), America (USA), United Kingdom (UK), Canada and Australia. The country is also included. Before we tell you, the Government of India has banned the Sikhs for Justice organization on 17 July 2019 for carrying out anti-India activities. You will be surprised to know that even before this, Google has had to face the trouble of one such anti-India app. There was an app called 'Holy War Against India' on the Google Play Store, which was meant to download the book 'Ghazwa-e-Hind' translated into English. This app has been said to be Islam linked, and it was being claimed that one-day Islamic forces are occupying India.
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