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India uninstalled crores of Chinese apps: Soman Wangchuck on his viral video

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India uninstalled crores of Chinese apps: Soman Wangchuck on his viral video

India uninstalled crores of Chinese apps: Soman Wangchuck on his viral video

Education Reformist, Soman Wangchuck on his viral video on social media said that he was extremely happy not because his video went viral and it got number of views but because people were watching and understanding the content.

On the Boycott of Chinese products, Soman Wangchuck said, "This is a message for China that Indians are very serious on this topic and are angry with them.

In reaction to the video, youth have uninstalled Chinese apps.

This will also be a message when apps in huge number will get uninstalled.

China will face heavy losses if it fights against India."

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