Instructions to Indian Army soldiers, delete 89 apps like PUBG, Facebook and Tinder

The Indian Army has instructed its soldiers to delete 89 apps from smartphones. According to information received from army sources, this decision has been taken to prevent the leakage of information. These apps also include the names of Tick Talk, TrueColor and Instagram etc.

According to sources, the recently issued guidelines in this regard have asked the soldiers to delete dating apps like Tinder and news apps like Dailyhunt. Let us know that on the issue of data security, the Indian government has already banned 59 apps from China.
PUBG name also included

These apps include all of Tencent’s gaming apps including Club, Factory, Happen, Bumble, Isle, 360 Security, CC, Hungama, including WeChat, Hike, Likey, Shareite, UC Browser, Bigo Live, Zoom, CamScanner, Beauty Plus, PubG. Names are also included.


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