Television actor Karanvir Bohra has deleted the Chinese application Tiktok from him phone after knowing about the Galwan Valley attack!
In a very unfortunate incident, the Indian Army lost its 20 jawaans after a face-off with China at LAC. Since then, there has been a wave of protests in the entire country, where people have been urging everyone to ban Chinese products.
Joining the row is the television actor Karanvir Bohra who has uninstalled the application Tiktok from his phone. Sharing screenshots of his phone screen, he wrote, âSending prayers and love to the martyred soul and their families ???? And now one by one I’m going to start disassociating with #madeinchina maal. Starting with @tiktok Thank you @indiatiktok for all the love you have shown me, but this is necessary. Jai hindâ
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There are many other television stars who paid their tributes to the Indian Army. Actress Kamya Shalabh Dang tweeted, âSalute to all the brave hearts who sacrificed their life for our country, our flag does not fly because of the wind, it flies with the last breath of each of our brave soldiers who died protecting it. Jai Hind #GalwanValley #IndiaChinaFaceOffâ
Hina Khan too sent her prayers for the martyrs as she tweeted, âEven actress Hina Khan wrote, “Times are hard, the foe is harsh and the responsibility is harder. Just know that I and every Indian will stand with you @adgpi in solidarity to share that responsibility! Prayers for the martyrs and their bereaved families. #GalwanValley #WithTheSoldier #JaiHind.â
Earlier the actor Kushal Tandon had spoken up against the short video-making application Tiktok. After a recent controversy, the ratings of the app had decreased to 2 on Play Store.