Indian TikTokers Can’t Stop Crying After Modi Bans Chinese Apps

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However, many users on Airtel, Vodafone, and other service providers reported Tuesday afternoon that the TikTok app on their phone was no longer accessible. Opening the TikTok app, users were showed they are no longer connected to the internet.

For many others, opening the TikTok app promoted an error message that said the popular app was complying with the Indian government’s order and could no longer offer its service. Opening the TikTok website in India prompts a similar message.

Also, many Indians believe that they will be unemployed now since that was their only source of income.

TikTok, which has amassed over 200 million users in India, identifies Asia’s third-largest economy as its biggest overseas market.

Moreover, Indian believes that banning the Chinese app will affect the Chinese economy. They strongly believe that by doing so China will be doomed. Twitter is now once again trolling India over their delusional thinking.

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