The boycott of Chinese good has started in India after the deadlyconflict with China. At the same time, amid the boycott of Chinese goods, the Indian government has decided to ban China's 59 apps. These include popular apps like TiKTok, Hello, Likey, UC Browser. On this, the famous poet Kumar Vishwas, who took a sarcasm on political and social issues, expressed his pleasure in banning the Chinese app in his response.
Tagging the Prime Minister's Office and the Ministry of Home Affairs, Kumar Vishwas wrote, ' I am very happy, because I does not use any of these apps. Dragon… wait… now something else…. Let us tell you that poet Kumar Vishwas has been persisting on social and political issues. During the reaction, he does not miss to target the opposition along with the ruling party. Recently, on the China issue, the attack on the Center by the Congress party was tweeted by poet Kumar Vishwas, who had a belief that it is time to show solidarity.
After the death of 20 Indian soldiers, including a military officer, in a violent clash on the Indo-China border on the night of 15-16 July, there is tremendous anger among people across the country. Along with the general public, many business organizations have also opened a front to boycott Chinese goods. Not only this, but people in Delhi are also calling for boycott of Chinese goods even in rural areas. People say that Chinese goods are stained with the blood of our soldiers. We will boycott Chinese goods completely, paying tribute to the sacrifice of our soldiers. People say that we will buy expensive goods but will not buy goods made in China. Apart from this, Indian manufacturers will be encouraged.
Apart from this, the central government has taken a decision in view of the frequent complaints about the Chinese app. Experts say that Chinese apps are attacking the privacy of Indian citizens and stealing even their data.