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14 mobile applications used by terrorists to get messages from Pakistan are blocked by India

Some messenger apps that were being used by terrorists have reportedly been blocked by the central government. According to the most recent updates, the government has restricted 14 messaging services due to security concerns, according to ANI.

Media sources claim that terrorists were using these restricted chat applications to communicate with one another from Pakistan. To put it simply, according to News18, terror organisations in Jammu and Kashmir were using chat applications.


The identities of the restricted applications have not yet been publicly disclosed by the authorities, although a News18 story makes a few exceptions. The central government reportedly disabled a number of services, including Crypviser, Enigma, Safeswiss, Mediafire, Wickrme, BChat, Nandbox, Conion, IMO, Element, Second line, Zangi, Threema, and Briar.

The report further states that it was discovered that terror organisations were using these channels to communicate with their allies in Pakistan.

It should be noted that the Indian government has already barred or banned similar applications due to security concerns. Even before this, a number of applications have come under scrutiny because of their use by terrorist organisations.

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