New Delhi. Several Chinese apps were banned a few days ago by the central government. It included around 230 Chinese apps and links, which were accused of gambling, cheating and extorting money. Although some of these banned apps have got relief. In such a situation, the government has lifted the ban on these apps. Apps from which the ban has been lifted include PayU’s own LazyPay and Kissht as well as apps from IndiaBulls and Faircent. By issuing a report on behalf of the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology, instructions have been given to block all these apps.
Ban removed from these apps
According to the report of the Economic Times, in fact, the apps from which the ban has been lifted have to prove that they are not Chinese but Indian apps. Let us tell you that when these apps were banned by the Government of India, the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology directed all the apps companies to provide the details of their work to the government in about a week, due to which the investigation started. It is possible that after all the ban on banned apps should be continued or the ban on them should be lifted. LazyPay, Kissht, indiabullshomeloans and buddyloan, faircent, KreditBee and mPokket were acquitted in this investigation and their ban was lifted with immediate effect. This has brought relief to lakhs of customers of these apps. According to the report, the ban has been lifted by ISPs from these banned apps and websites after the government’s decision, which has not been found to have any connection with China.
Was banned because of this
Let us tell you that about a week ago, on the recommendation of the Ministry of Home Affairs, the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology had banned 138 betting apps and 94 lending apps. The ban was imposed under section 69 of the IT Act. This ban was imposed after complaints of harassment from people. It was alleged that Indians are lured by loans from Chinese apps. For non-repayment of the same loan, interest up to 3000 percent is being charged. Ugly messages and objectionable photographs are being sent in case of non-payment of loan.