Ashwin takes a dig on Warner after India bans TikTok

India veteran spinner Ravichandran Ashwin has taken a hilarious dig at Australian opener David Warner after 59 Chinese apps including TikTok has banned by Indian Government due to privacy concern.

Ashwin takes a dig on Warner after India bans TikTok

Due to the ongoing border tension between India and China, the Indian Government has decided to disallow the usage Chinese apps both in mobile and non-mobile Internet-enabled devices.

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“The Ministry of Information Technology, invoking it’s power under section 69A of the Information Technology Act read with the relevant provisions of the Information Technology (Procedure and Safeguards for Blocking of Access of Information by Public) Rules 2009 and in view of the emergent nature of threats has decided to block 59 apps since in view of information available they are engaged in activities which is prejudicial to sovereignty and integrity of India, defence of India, security of state and public order”. Stated from the government.

After the government announced the decision, Ravichandran Ashwin took to Twitter to make fun of David Warner. Warner joined the tiktok platform during the lockdown and became popular. In fact, he has already garnered more than 4 million follower on TikTok. Some videos of him went viral in social media where he was seen dancing with his daughters and wife on Hindi and Telugu songs.

It’s true that, with the Indian government’s latest decision, his popularity on the video sharing platform is going to be affected. Hence, Ravichandran Ashwin did not waste any time to take a dig on him. The off-spinner tagged him in social media post and wrote,

“Appo Anwar?” which is a dialogue from superstar actor Rajnikant’s 1995 film “Baashha”. The tweet from Ravichandran Ashwin roughly translates to: “So, what’s David Warner going to do now?”

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