14 mobile chat apps have been blacklisted by the central government due to security reasons. Terrorists reportedly utilized these mobile messenger apps to disseminate the message and receive messages from Pakistan, according to the news agency ANI.
These chat apps were being used by terrorist organizations in Jammu and Kashmir, according to News18.
There is no list of the names of the blocked mobile chat apps. However, a source told News18 that the Center has blocked a number of apps, including Crypviser, Enigma, Safeswiss, Wickrme, Mediafire, Briar, BChat, Nandbox, Conion, IMO, Element, Second line, Zangi, and Threema.
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Top sources told the daily that it was discovered that terrorists in Kashmir were using these apps to contact their on-the-ground (OGW) personnel and supporters.