NCW Chief Rekha Sharma seeks Ban on TikTok over an objectionable video; Says, ‘Pushing Youngsters Towards Unproductive Life’

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NCW Chief Rekha Sharma seeks Ban on TikTok app over an objectionable video. Recently, a controversy took place over objectionable videos posted on TikTok, National Commission for Women (NCW) chairperson Rekha Sharma has called for a ban on the Chinese app TikTok. NCW Chief said that the application has “pushing youngsters towards unproductive life”.

The NCW Chief Rekha Sharma has tweeted about the same on Tuesday (19 May). She mentioned in her tweet that she’s of the strong opinion that TikTok should be totally Banned and will be writing to the GOI seeking a ban on the Chinese app.

Rekha Sharma wrote in her tweet, “I am of the strong openion that this @TikTok_IN should be banned totally and will be writting to GOI. It not only has these objectionable videos but also pushing youngsters towards unproductive life where they are living only for few followers and even dying when no. Decline.”

Take a Look at her tweet:

NCW‘s statement has comes after BJP leader Tajinder Pal Singh Bagga tagged the NCW chief in a tweet. In his tweet, BJP leader has shared a video posted by a Twitter user purportedly showing TikTok users glorifying rape.

Earlier, NCW also had asked TikTok to remove a video of Faizal Siddiqui, which allegedly promoted violence against women. After the complaint, the video removed from the platform.

NCW also wrote to Maharashtra’s DGP to take action against Faizal Siddiqui. As he promoted a grievous crime of acid attack on social media using TikTok app.

Take a Look at the tweet:

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