China approaches WTO to lift ban on Chinese apps banned in India

Bangla Hunt Desk: In the ongoing border dispute with China, the Indian government banned 59 Chinese apps, including TickTock and UC Browser. The Indian government recently issued a notice saying that 59 banned Chinese apps, including TickTock, would remain banned for life. The Indian government's decision was met with dissatisfaction with the response from Chinese companies. The move by the Indian government has become a headache for Beijing.

China, which has lost billions of rupees due to the ban on apps, has approached the World Trade Organization (WTO) to ban the 59 Chinese apps. They said the Indian government's decision was against WTO rules. They said India's decision was hurting China. China's Communist Party spokesman Global Times said in a report that Chinese companies should demand compensation from the Indian government.

The conflict between India and China started on the Ladakh border in June 2019. There is even a border dispute between the two countries' armies. The Indian government then decided to ban the Chinese app. Not only has the Indian government stopped banning Chinese apps, all trade with China has also been shut down one by one.

This decision of the Indian government caused a stir in Beijing. They also complained about India in the international arena on this issue. But China did not benefit from that either. And now China has once again entered the international arena.