New Delhi: Amid the tension between India and China at LAC, Indian government took a historic decision of banning as many as 59 chinese apps including TikTok, SHAREit, Helo, WeChat, UC Browser and Xiaomi’s Mi Community over national security concerns.
Soon after the government historic decision to ban these chinese apps, Indian tiktok star and many Bollywood and TV celebrities expressed their views on their social media account. One of the popular TV actress and Tiktok star Ashnoor Kaur expressed her views on her social media account. Ashnoor said, “I am very happy with the decision of the government of the digital strike that banned all Chinese apps. I am fully supporting it because these apps became an important part of our life, especially the life of the youth. It was a tool of entertainment tool for them. However, now that the distraction has been removed, we will be able to focus on productive things.”
She further said, “We can use the Indian apps instead and can make us them as a source of entertainment. This decision is very important for us so that we become self-sufficient and start using Indian things.”
Tik Tok star Ashnoor Kaur has as many as 4.4 million followers on Instagram.
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Meanwhile, other celebs including Nia Sharma, Kamya Panjabi, Karanvir Bohra and others expressed views on ban of 59 chinese apps.
Nia Sharma wrote, ”Thank youu for saving our country. This Virus named Tik tok should never be allowed again!”
Kamya Panjabi wrote, ”Superbbbbbbb @PMOIndia excellent news #JaiHind #BoycottChineseProducts #BoycottChineseApps.”
— Kamya Shalabh Dang (@iamkamyapunjabi) June 29, 2020
Vijay Varma wrote, ”Thank you for all the congratulatory msgs but I didn’t ban tik-tok. I just wished it too hard. Now I hope we find better ways to express ourselves and our creativity😈 #tiktokban.”
— Karanvir Bohra (@KVBohra) June 29, 2020
— Manveer Gurjar (@imanveergurjar) June 29, 2020