PM Modi Withdraws From Ban Chinese App Weibo, Delete Post, Direct Message To China

PM Modi Withdraws From Ban Chinese App Weibo, Delete Post, Direct Message To China

July 1, 2020 Off By Virendra Yadav

One of the 59 Chinese apps that the Indian government decided to ban is the official account of PM Narendra Modi on Weibo. On Wednesday, people were surprised when photos, posts and comments went missing from the account. Many people guessed that China retaliated by getting Weibo to do something which was not true. Actually, PM Modi decided after the Chinese apps were banned, he would leave Weibo. After this, the process of deleting his account started. Leaving Weibo for VIP accounts is a very complicated process, so the whole process was officially started.

113 out of 115 posts were deleted…
Basic permission from China was also delayed. There were a total of 115 posts on PM Modi’s Weibo account. It was decided that they would be deleted manually. 113 posts were deleted after much effort. Two posts were still left which contained pictures of PM Modi along with President Xi Jinping. It is difficult to remove Chinese President’s pictures on Weibo. Well somehow he was also removed. Now nothing is on PM Modi’s account. However when PM started deleting posts, PM Modi had 2,44,00 followers.

Ban caused by such antics of China A
few days ago, three Indian statements were deleted from the official account of the Indian Embassy from China’s famous app WeChat. One of these was also the statement of Prime Minister Modi. In view of concerns about security and privacy related to such activities of China and their apps, the Indian government on Monday banned 59 Chinese apps like TikTok, Weibo, Helo, WeChat. Now this app has been removed from Google Play Store and Apple Play Store.

Tension created by China over LAC There is a lot of tension
between India and China in the Western section of Line of Actual Control. The armies of the two countries came face to face in the Galvan Valley of eastern Ladakh on 15–16 June. 20 Indian soldiers were killed in violent clashes. China did not say how many of their soldiers were killed. The Chinese army has also infiltrated Pangong Tso and its troops are also present in Depsang Plains. Senior military commander level talks have taken place between the two countries but no concrete agreement has been reached.

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