Here’s why PUBG And Zoom Are Not Banned In India?
In the light, as many as 59 Chinese applications are banned in India by the Government of India, in the wake of recent Indo-China clash at the Galwan Valley, which led to the death of 20 Indian soldiers. Following the violent clash, Social media is abuzz with Indians rising up to the occasion with protest to boycott Chinese products and applications.
While the decision of the government to ban Chinese applications is being lauded by netizens around the country. Following the decision, many expressed doubt, why the government didn’t ban PUBG and Zoom in India.
Some media reports claim that Player Unknown’s Battlegrounds game, popularly known as PUBG, doesn’t belong to the Dragon Country, as the game was developed and published by a South Korean Video game company.
PUBG Corporation, a supplementary of Bluehole, a South Korean Video game company developed the game, while the Tencent Games company is a publishing partner of the game.
The other app Zoom which is often linked to China went through scrutiny in many instances in the past. The company recorded huge profits ever since the pandemic started is a product of Zoom Communications, Inc, which is an American company. The company headquarters is located in San Jose, California.