The Indian government has banned all paper electronic gadgets from its shelves after it found out that a company was making the devices, reports The Hindu.
The ban on electronic gadgets comes just weeks after the country banned all mobile phones in its cities and towns.
India has more than 4.3 million smartphones, according to the country’s mobile operators.
India is a digital democracy where citizens can use their phones as they please, but some people in the country have complained about the ease with which people can get the devices on their phones, leading to widespread complaints about their security.
The country’s telecom regulator, TRAI, is also taking action against two other smartphone makers, Spice and Spice Mobile.