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TV stars express happiness when 59 Chinese app is ben

News Track 2020-06-30 01:54:00

The people of the country have started boycotting China's product amid the Corona epidemic that has been going on for many months. At the same time, the border dispute between China and India is getting deeper. Please tell that due to the India-China dispute, 20 soldiers of our country have been martyred in Galvan Valley. After which the protest against China in India has intensified. In such a situation, China is not ready to back down due to which this quarrel of the border is not ending. Seeing such attitude of China, the Indian government is not ready to bow under any circumstances. Meanwhile, the Indian government has launched a major attack on China. India has banned 59 Chinese apps. This big decision of the government has triggered a wave of happiness across the country.

Hearing this news, TV stars have also come out in support of the government. Since last night, many TV stars have been celebrating the banning of Chinese app on social media. At the same time the names of stars like Naagin 4 star Nia Sharma, Kushal Tandon and Diljit Kaur are present in this list. While talking on this issue, Nia Sharma wrote on social media that, 'Thank you all for saving our country…. This Chinese virus named Tick Talk should not come back to India now. TV popular actor Kushal Tandon shared the list of banned Chinese apps with fans, wrote, 'Finally the day has come when 59 Chinese apps will be banned from the country.

Let me tell you that after the ban of 59 Chinese app, TV actor Nikitan Dhir has also tied the bridges of praise of the Government of India. Sharing the list of these apps, Nikitan Dhir wrote, 'The government has done a great job by banning Chinese apps. Jai Hind…. ”It is being told that, among the banned apps, apps like Tick Talk, Hello, WeChat, Share It and UC Browser are available which are very popular among people in India. Even after this, this tough decision of the general public government is being appreciated. People believe that these apps are working to spoil the younger generation of India.

 

— NIA SHARMA (@Theniasharma) June 29, 2020
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— KUSHAL TANDON (@KushalT2803) June 29, 2020
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— KUSHAL TANDON (@KushalT2803) June 29, 2020
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— KUSHAL TANDON (@KushalT2803) June 29, 2020
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