Campaign for ‘China boycott’ is gaining momentum: People throw items at a shop selling Chinese toys

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Campaign for 'China boycott' is gaining momentum: People throw items at a shop selling Chinese toys.
boycott of China’s products and technology in the country has gained momentum | Image source: Twitter


Meanwhile, BJP workers burnt effigies of Chinese President Xi Jinping on Saturday in Kolkata, the capital of West Bengal.

Following the bloody conflict between India and China in the Galvan valley of Ladakh, a campaign demanding the boycott of China’s products and technology in the country has gained momentum.

China and its companies are now being stressed by the familiar people in India to teach a lesson from the wallet. Meanwhile, on Saturday, some activists of the Bharatiya Janata Party youth unit in Mumbai, Maharashtra, created a ruckus at the house of a shopkeeper selling Chinese toys. These people threw Chinese goods out of the store and crushed it.

According to the report of the English news channel ‘Times Now’, the members of the BJP youth unit went to the shopkeeper to ask for Chinese goods and toys, after which they handed over the sugar product to them without any objection. It is being said that these workers were in the number of 10–12, seeing that the shopkeeper might have handed over the goods to them in fear.

Meanwhile, BJP workers burnt effigies of Chinese President Xi Jinping on Saturday in Kolkata, the capital of West Bengal. Twenty soldiers of the country were killed in a violent clash between India and China in the Galvan valley of Ladakh, against which these activists protested and stressed the boycott of China’s products.

MNS workers demonstrate on Chinese construction signboard at the construction site: More than 20 MNS workers gathered at a construction site in the Balakum area of ​​Thane on Friday evening.

Avinash Jadhav, president of MNS’s Thane and Palghar district units, said the protest was against a Chinese company that had a Chinese-language signboard installed at its construction site.

The protesters also raised anti-China slogans. Jadhav said that until the border dispute is resolved, the Chinese company should not do any business here, and the signboard should be removed as soon as possible.

The opposition of Hindu Raksha Dal at Oppo Company’s gate in Greno, case: Dozens of Hindu Raksha Dal activists protested outside the Chinese company making mobile phones of Oppo in Greater Noida on Saturday, angry over the increasing tension and martyrdom of Indian soldiers.

The police then registered a case of violation and violation of section 144 against 30 people, including the national president of the Hindu Raksha Dal.

Pankaj Kumar, media in-charge of Police Commissioner Alok Singh, said that on Saturday, the National President of Hindu Raksha Dal, Bhupendra Tomar alias Pinky Chaudhary and District Convenor Gautam Budh Nagar Praveen Kumar gathered at the gate with 30-35 persons without any permission. OPPO Company Go. They created a ruckus and shouted slogans.

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