India has decided to ban equipment imported from China into the energy sector. On Friday, Energy Minister RK Singh said – It has been decided to include China and Pakistan in the list of Prior Conference Country. On Friday, the Ministry of Power issued an order to all the state governments that testing of every equipment imported in the power sector will be mandatory, there is no malware or Trojan embedded in them.
India has increased the pressure on China. On Friday, Energy Minister RK Singh said during an online meeting with energy ministers of state governments that "we will not allow you (states) to be imported from China and Pakistan". Imports from China are being banned. In 2018-19, the total import in the energy sector was Rs 71,000 crore, in which goods worth 21,000 crore were imported from China. Many goods that are imported from China have the ability to be produced in India.
Energy Minister RK Singh told the Energy Ministers of the states that "We cannot bear this, the country which tries to grab our land, kills our fighter and let us create employment here?" This statement came just when Prime Minister Narendra Modi was on a tour of Ladakh region.
On Friday, the Ministry of Energy issued orders to all the states, saying that every equipment imported in the power sector will be tested. In Indian labs, it will be mandatory to check that there is no malware or Trojan in the devices. The approval of the Ministry of Power will be required for import from China-Pakistan.
RK Singh said- "We have decided that China and Pakistan will be in the prior conference country list. We will not allow any import from China. By shutting down our power sector remotely via Trojan Horse via malware from imported power equipment Can. "