Great statement from Paytm after ban on Chinese apps

Jun 30 2020 11:16 PM
Great statement from Paytm after ban on Chinese apps

In the Corona era, Paytm founder Vijay Shekhar Sharma called the Indian government's decision to ban 59 Chinese apps as bold. He described this decision as a step taken in the national interest. On Monday evening, the Indian government had announced a ban on 59 Chinese apps, including TikTok, Share-It, CamScanner and Likee. Sharma's statement is very important as China's Alibaba and Ant Financial have invested heavily in One97 Communications, which operates Paytm. Alibaba and its affiliated companies hold 25% stake in One97 Communications.

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In his statement, Sharma tweeted, "Bold steps taken in the national interest". A step towards self-sufficient app ecosystem. The best Indian entrepreneurs have the opportunity to come forward and create the best for Indians by Indians. This is the effect of India's digital revolution

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On the other hand, with the increasing cases of coronavirus infection in India, the rate of recovery of patients from the epidemic is also steadily improving. Till date, out of 5.50 lakh infected, up to 3.34 lakh have been recovered which is news of relief between corona infection. In this way, the rate of recovery of patients has increased to 58.67%. However, the spread of infection continues in some states including Maharashtra. In view of this, the Maharashtra government has extended the lockdown till 31 July. According to ICMR, 86,08,654 samples have been tested in the country so far.

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