Kathmandu. China’s ambassador to Nepal has objected to the ban on Chinese app TikTok by the Government of Nepal. In response, the Prime Minister of Nepal said that the ban on TikTok can be reconsidered.
China’s Ambassador to Kathmandu, Chan Song, met Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal Prachanda and registered his objection to the ban imposed by the Nepal government on the TikTok app. According to Nepal’s media report, the Chinese Ambassador had expressed his displeasure over the ban on TikTok due to geopolitical pressure on Prime Minister Prachanda.
However, the Prime Minister has denied that there was pressure from any third country or geopolitical reasons behind banning TikTok. The Prime Minister himself revealed this while talking to editors of various media at his residence today. Prachanda has said that there is no truth in the way confusion was spread outside about TikTok being banned under someone else’s pressure. He said that it was banned because it had a negative impact on the country’s social and family values.
Answering the questions of journalists, Prime Minister Prachanda said that TikTok has not been banned forever. He also said that the arrangements imposed on TikTok are being reconsidered. Prime Minister Prachanda clarified that his government’s aim is to regulate TikTok. He also clarified that the government does not aim to ban any other social media.
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