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Union Minister denies: Indian Government order to smartphone manufacturer to allow the removal of Pre-installed apps

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  • Union Minister denies: Indian Government order to smartphone manufacturer to allow the removal of Pre-installed apps
  • This report is wrong due to lack of misunderstanding
  • IT Government is 100% committed to ease of doing business and is totally focussed on growing Electronics manufacturing to touch USB 300 Billion by 2026

Union Minister denies: Indian Government order to smartphone manufacturer to allow the removal of Pre-installed apps

Yesterday reports came via Reuters Indian Government order to smartphone manufacturer to allow the removal of Pre-installed apps. Now according to the Union Minister Rajeev Chandrasekhar denied this policy Indian Government isn’t planning about this policy.

“India’s IT Ministry is planning in order to mandate that smartphone manufacturers have to allow their users to remove the Pre-installed apps from their device and maybe the Indian Government will do screening on smartphone OS before devices are available for sale in the market” This report is wrong due to lack of misunderstanding.

According to Rajeev Chandrasekhar “IT Government is 100% committed to ease of doing business and is totally focussed on growing Electronics manufacturing to touch USB 300 Billion by 2026.

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Highlights

  • Union Minister denies: Indian Government order to smartphone manufacturer to allow the removal of Pre-installed apps
  • This report is wrong due to lack of misunderstanding
  • IT Government is 100% committed to ease of doing business and is totally focussed on growing Electronics manufacturing to touch USB 300 Billion by 2026
Union Minister denies: Indian Government order to smartphone manufacturer to allow the removal of Pre-installed apps Yesterday reports came via Reuters Indian Government order to smartphone manufacturer to allow the removal of Pre-installed apps. Now according to the Union Minister Rajeev Chandrasekhar denied this policy Indian Government isn't planning about this policy. “India’s IT Ministry is planning in order to mandate that smartphone manufacturers have to allow their users to remove the Pre-installed apps from their device and maybe the Indian Government will do screening on smartphone OS before devices are available for sale in the market” This report is wrong due to lack of misunderstanding. https://twitter.com/Rajeev_GoI/status/1635831978787483649?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw According to Rajeev Chandrasekhar “IT Government is 100% committed to ease of doing business and is totally focussed on growing Electronics manufacturing to touch USB 300 Billion by 2026.