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Amit Shah to address party workers in Barabanki

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Amit Shah to address party workers in Barabanki

Lucknow: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) president Amit Shah is set to address a party workers convention in Uttar Pradesh’s (UP) Barabanki districton Monday.

Shah will reach the state capital from Uttarakhand by Baaj Express, state spokesman Vijay Bahadur Pathak said.

The meeting will be attended by booth workers of the party from 14 districts and Shah is likely to give them tips on booth management, which he has been stressing, was crucial for electoral victories.

District president Avdesh Srivastava told IANS that water proof tents were put at the venue of the meeting which has a sitting capacity of 30,000 persons.

Meanwhile, security personnel were also deployed for the high-profile meeting, an official said adding that over 500 policemen would be on duty.

On Sunday, Shah exhorted party workers in Haldwani to brace up for the 2017 polls in both Uttarakhand and UP and went on to say that past victories would be meaningless without wins in these two states.

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After the ban on 59 Chinese mobile apps, there is a demand for a ban on pubg

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Demand to ban Chinese goods continues to grow. After the ban on 59 Chinese mobile apps, there has been a demand to shut down Chinese games related to children.

Members of the Parliamentary Standing Committee meeting on Information Technology on Tuesday demanded a ban on the popular but controversial Chinese game PubG among children. The agenda of the meeting was data privacy and data security.

Apart from this, some members expressed concern over the Chinese app being used in the country despite the ban on 59 Chinese mobile apps.

It most prominently referred to the cam scanner. The cam scanner is used to scan documents and photos on mobile and is also included in 59 restricted mobile apps.

Members particularly expressed concern that the police administration of the country is also using this app. The members were more worried about whether sensitive information was being stolen through this app.

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