TikTok Ban Order: The Video-sharing App Says We Have Faith In The Indian Judicial System

Apps

The Madras High Court on Tuesday appointed a senior advocate Arvind Datar as Amicus Curiae (independent counsel) to the court. Here's

Written By Tanmay Patange | Mumbai | Updated On:

The Madras High Court on Tuesday appointed a senior advocate Arvind Datar as Amicus Curiae (independent counsel) to the court. While addressing the high court’s directive, TikTok said in its statement that it has faith in the Indian judicial system. The video-sharing app also said that it has more than 120 million monthly active users in India.

READ | TikTok ban imminent? Government has reportedly asked Google and Apple to take down the app

Here's the full statement from TikTok:

“We welcome the decision of the Madras High Court to appoint Arvind Datar as Amicus Curae (independent counsel) to the court. We have faith in the Indian judicial system and we are optimistic about an outcome that would be well received by over 120 million monthly active users in India, who continue using TikTok to showcase their creativity and capture moments that matter in their everyday lives.”

This story is developing...
 

Published:
By 2030, 40% Indian will not have access to drinking water
SAVE WATER NOW
PEOPLE HAVE PLEDGED SO FAR
DO NOT MISS