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Warner responds to TikTok ban in India


Amid lockdown, Cricket’s around the world got engaged with social Media. Australian opener David Warner got more than popular in a social media platform Til Tok. After Indian government banned TikTok in India, he has now responded to it.

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In wake of Border tension between India and China , India has banned 59 Chinese apps including TikTok. while, Australian opener David Warner, who has become popular on the Chinese App responded to a fan on social media who asked him about his reaction on ban on TikTok. Warner who is one of the superstar of IPL, said that the government’s decision should be respected and he can’t do anything with it.

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“They are indeed but I can’t do anything about it being banned from India. That’s the government’s decision and people in India have to respect that,” The 33-year-old replied to the user.

After a brutal fight between Chinese and Indian soilders in Ladakh, 20 Indian soldiers were martyred. the Indian government banned 59 Chinese applications that were being used by Indian users due to that incident. Warner has been keeping himself busy during the lockdown by creating hilarious TikTok videos along with his wife and kids using various Hindi songs which greatly accepted by the fans in India.

Warner last played cricket against New Zealand in March before the lockdown stopped all cricketing matches. He was set to return in the cash-rich Indian Premier League (IPL). But due to the global pandemic, the IPL has postponed indefinitely and there is no clear declaration about when the T-20 tournament will take place. Warner was said to lead the SunRisers Hyderabad franchise. He played to be with the franchise and won first-ever IPL title in 2016.

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