Government of India has banned 14 messenger apps. Through these apps, terrorists sitting in Pakistan were carrying out terrorist activities in India. In such a situation, taking strict steps, the central government banned the apps.
According to media reports, the investigating agencies had informed the government that Pakistani terrorists are using these apps to communicate with their supporters and other terrorists sitting in Jammu and Kashmir. Terrorist activities were increasing in the valley through these apps. It is being said that the Indian Army, intelligence and investigative agencies were probing the matter. After the input of all these, the government has taken this action.
According to the information about the banning of the apps by the Central Government, Crypvisor, Enigma, SafeSwiss, Vikrame, Mediafire, Briar, Beechat, Nandbox, Conion, IMO, Element, Second Line, Jangi, Threema have been banned. Is. After this action of the government, it has once again become clear that Pakistan-backed terrorists were once again trying to raise their head. But in time, the government put a stop to them.
‘Times Now’ has quoted a report as saying that most of the apps banned by the government were designed in such a way that users can chat by hiding their identity. Also, due to its interface, it was difficult to identify the users. Not only this, neither the apps were being operated from India nor the people making them are in India.
Significantly, the Central Government has already banned more than 250 Chinese apps posing a threat to the security and sovereignty of the country. These apps include Tiktok, PubG, Free Fire, Shareit, WeChat, Hello, Likee, UC Browser, UC News, Bigo Live and many more.