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New Delhi: China on Tuesday reached out to India, expressing nervousness concerning the ban imposed by the Indian authorities on fashionable Chinese cellular functions like TikTok and WeChat, amongst others.

During a each day information briefing on Tuesday, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian informed reporters in Beijing, “China is strongly concerned about the relevant notice issued by the Indian side. We are checking on and verifying the situation.”

“We want to stress that the Chinese government always asks the Chinese businesses to abide by international and local laws and regulations,” Zhao mentioned, including that India additionally has a accountability to uphold the rights of Chinese companies.

“The practical cooperation between China and India is actually mutually beneficial and win-win,” he mentioned.

In a diplomatic response to the Chinese aggression alongside the Line of Actual Control in Ladakh, the place 20 Indian troopers and an unknown variety of Chinese troops have been killed two weeks in the past, India on Monday banned over 50 Chinese cellular functions.

The authorities in its assertion mentioned that the 59 functions have been prejudicial to the sovereignty and integrity of India, defence of India, safety of state and public order. “This move will safeguard the interests of crores of Indian mobile and internet users,” the Indian IT ministry assertion mentioned.

Since the violent face-off and aggressive posturing of Beijing, there was a vocal sentiment towards the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) regime in India.

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