Union Minister Ashwini Vaishnaw reacts to Google removing 10 Indian apps from Play Store: Here’s what he said | Laptop News

Union Minister Ashwini Vaishnaw has expressed the government’s strong opposition to Google’s removal of certain applications from the Play Store. 

He stated that the government will not permit the delisting of apps and has called for a meeting with the tech giant in response to this action.

As per PTI, the Union Minister has said, “Government takes strong view of Google de-listing some apps from Play Store and it will not allow this de-listing of apps.”

This development follows Google’s warnings about removing apps that fail to adhere to its Play Store billing regulations. Google mandates developers to utilize its in-house payment services and pay a 30% commission for in-app transactions, encompassing the sale of digital items and subscription services, as reported by Mint.

Additionally, the Internet and Mobile Association of India (IAMAI) has called on Google to abstain from delisting apps from its Google Play Store.

In a statement, IAMAI advised Google not to delist any apps from Google Play.

“The affected members of IAMAI are of the view that a substantive…

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