Tech2 News StaffNovember 08, 2019 21:33:34 IS
An app called “2020 Sikh Referendum” was discovered in the Google Play Store, which tries to cause a stir in the Sikh community. To address this issue, Punjab’s Chief Minister Capt. Amarinder Singh reportedly picked up the problem on Google.
After one IANS An official spokesman has reportedly said that Dinkar Gupta, the director-general of the Dinkar police, has been working with central security agencies. The news of the discovery of the app comes just before the opening of the Kartarpur Corridor.
The CM said the app was designed to cause tensions during the 550th Prakash Purb celebrations by Guru Nanak Dev. He called on the center to tell Google to shut it down immediately. “How and why Google had such an app uploaded by a well-known radical extremist group is questionable,” he added.
Singh warned that starting this app was an obviously sinister agenda for ISI to heighten tensions in India, especially in the Sikh community. He pointed out that the Sikhs For Justice (SFJ) group, through which ISI is driving the referendum in 2020, has stepped up this anti-India campaign. The SFJ was reportedly designated by the central government as an unlawful association under the UAPA.
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