The impact of the ongoing dispute between India and China on the border is now visible in the relations between the two countries. The Indian government has banned 59 mobile apps from China citing security. This strict decision is being welcomed in America. First Secretary of State Mike Pompeo gave the statement and now Indian-American leader Nikki Haley has also praised.
Nikki Haley, who was a US representative at the United Nations, tweeted on the controversy. He wrote that India has banned 59 Chinese apps, glad to know that. Among these was Tiktok, which has a large market in India.
Nikki Haley further wrote that India is constantly showing that it is not going to succumb to the aggressive attitude of China.
Before Nicky Haley, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has also given a statement on this issue.
Pompeo said that India’s decision is welcome, because these apps are a big threat in terms of security. And India has taken this decision in view of its security.
Shortly after India banned the application, the US also banned two Chinese companies. Apart from Huawei, the United States called another company a security threat and eliminated them from any government contract.
The Indian government has banned 59 apps, including TicketLock, V-Chat. Financially, even if China does not suffer any great loss from it, but a strong message has gone. Because after this decision of India, many more countries can take such a decision.