Google removed 10 indian apps from the store: government said - google does not allow this, called a meeting


The indian government has said that google is not allowed to remove indian apps from the store. A meeting has been called next week regarding this matter in which tech companies and startups will participate. Google has removed 10 indian apps from its Play Store. After this, a new controversy started. First, those companies whose apps were removed by google called this action of google a dictatorship and now the government of india has said that google is not allowed to remove indian apps from the store. A meeting has been called regarding this matter on monday next week in which tech companies and startups will participate.

In an interview with PTI, IT and Telecom minister Ashwini Vaishnav said that the startup ecosystem is a key component of the indian economy and the decision on their fate cannot be left to any big tech company.On this matter, Vaishnav further said that india is very clear, and our policy is very clear. Our startups will get the protection they need. He said that next week the government will hold a meeting with google and app developers and the matter will be settled. Vaishnav said, "I have already called Google. I have already called the app developers who have been delisted, we will meet them next week. This cannot be allowed. This kind of thing." Delisting cannot be allowed."


Google removed 10 popular apps from Play Store

Let us tell you that google has removed 10 indian apps from the Play Store. google has taken this action regarding its billing policy. google says that these apps are not accepting the billing policy and are acting arbitrarily even after warnings. This list includes apps like Shaadi, Matrimony.com, Bharat Matrimony, balaji Telefilms' Altt (formerly ALTBalaji), Kuku FM, Quack Quack, and Truly Madly.

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