Google Fined | Government of India will take action against Google, alleging misuse of position, know what is the matter
File Pic Mumbai: The central government is thinking of taking action against the world’s largest company Google. Google has been accused of abusing its strong position in the market. Last year too, Google was fined around Rs 1,300 crore following a report. After that the government is once again preparing to take action against the company. Union Minister of State for Information and Technology (MoS IT Rajeev Chandrasekhar) Rajeev Chandrasekhar gave this information while talking to the news agency Reuters. “This is a matter of concern for the entire digital ecosystem in India. First fined In October last year, the Competition Commission of India imposed a fine of Rs 1,338 crore on Google. Google took advantage of its position in the Android operating system market. Additionally, Google was accused of forcing developers to use an in-app payment system. (India will take action against Google) Government of India will never ignore this matter. Also read Action against Google is mandatory. The ministry has thought about it, you will see the results in the coming time; Chandrashekhar explained it at this time. He did not give information about what action will be taken against Google. Chandrasekhar, however, said that he would not hold any discussion with Google.