Congress is officially against the ban on Chinese apps that was put by the NDA government. 118 Chinese apps were banned. This is a third set of such a strike against China. But the Congress is not only now mocking the Internet nationalism push by the NDA sarkar but is now also hitting out at their very own.
Congress leader Mohan Kumaramangalam contradicts Milind Deora on internet nationalism.
"Internet nationalism helped China create 5 of the world's top 10 tech companies. The ban on 59+118 Chinese apps will enable Indian entrepreneurs to build world-class products and companies. India derives power from its growing 500mn smartphone users and 700mn broadband subscribers," Deora said in a tweet.
Congress leader Mohan Kumaramangalam reacted to Milind Deora's tweet and claimed that internet nationalism in India "is not pro-India, it's anti-China".
"Internet nationalism in China Wasn't Anti India, it was Pro China. Internet nationalism in India isn't pro India, it's Anti China," Mohan Kumaramangalam said in a tweet.