Actor Kangana Ranaut has reacted to the ban of 59 China-related apps by the Indian authorities, saying that the transfer will make the world a greater place. Kangana has been a vocal critic of China in latest weeks, after border tensions erupted between the 2 nations.
In a press release to Pinkvilla, the actor alleged that the coronavirus pandemic was a ‘bio-war’ unleashed upon the world by China, and that the ban on these 59 apps will severely harm their economic system. China has stated that it’s verifying the scenario and that it’s ‘strongly concerned’ by it.
“I don’t agree with their ways and obviously they’ve shown their real crude face to the world also with this pandemic and the bio-war that they’ve unleashed on the world. What is feeding them is their economy. So it is definitely better we cut their roots here in India and of course when there will not be so much revenue and money, their evil power will come down and the world will be a better place,” Kangana stated. “China is not the leading power because what leads is also what everyone else suffers their virtues and their sins. Today they are leading power and they have this power that is why the world is suffering.”
She stated that regardless of Chinese merchandise being low-cost, Indians ought to encourage native companies. She stated that India ought to step up and lead from the entrance at a time like this. “In ancient times when India led the world and the world was a prosperous and inclusive place, I do believe that we need to go back to that time. India is the right leader whether it is the religion that we follow, whether the diverse nation that we have of many languages and many religions,” she stated.
She argued that “Hinduism preaches to the world of inclusiveness,” and if “these communist people become leaders, capitalist people will become leaders, this is what the world is going to be. All about bio-wars and crude economic gains.”
The actor had additionally condemned the killings of Indian troopers by the hands of Chinese troops lately. The apps banned by India embrace ByteDance’s fashionable video sharing platform TikTok and Tencent’s WeChat.
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