MarketDeal24.Com – Former Attorney General of India Mukul Rohatgi has refused to represent TikTok in the court on Wednesday. This case involves a ban by the Indian government on 59 Chinese apps on which TikTok is one.
Ex-Attorney General said that he will not a TikTok, a Chinese app, in a case against the Government of India.
TikTok’s India office, on the other hand, has said that they were complying with the law of the land. The statement came a day after the Indian government banned this app citing security concerns.
Earlier on the wee hours of Tuesday, TikTok said that it, “continues to abide by the data privacy and security requirements under the Indian regulation” it also added that the company has not shared any confidential details about its users to “any foreign government” that includes its home authority, the Chinese government.
The statement also said that the company values the private information very highly and they will keep on protecting these data into the future as well.
Prominent names among the 59 Chinese apps that were banned are TikTok, Helo, Likee, CamScanner, Mi Video Call – Xiaomi, Vigo Video. E-commerce apps like Club Factory and Shein and games like Clash of Kings are also on the prohibited list.