Tensions between India and China have been steadily increasing, India has given 20 big shocks


India is preparing hard against China on every front to deal with any situation. Be it economic, strategic, or diplomatic. In 20 days after this bloody conflict on the night of 15 June, India has given 20 big shocks to the dragon. Let’s know – what are the 20 big decisions that crush the dragon.

  1. 59 Chinese App Banned

India’s biggest crackdown against China occurred on the evening of 29 June 2020, when 59 Chinese apps were banned. Apart from TikTok, it had many popular apps including DU Recorder, Like, Halo, Vigo Video. According to the Chinese mouthpiece Global Times, the BiteDance company in China is expected to suffer a loss of about Rs 45,000 crore due to the ban on TicketLock and the Halo app alone.

  1. China Leave from 5G Race

Billions of rupees were signed with Chinese companies to launch 5G internet service in India. State-owned telecom companies BSNL and MTNL had also given contracts to Chinese companies for 5G service extension, which has been canceled.

  1. Dragon gets Rs 21,000 crore

On Friday (July 03), the Energy Minister of the Government of India RK Singh has announced to stop importing power equipment from China and Pakistan. India imports electrical equipment worth Rs 71,000 crore per year, of which Rs 21,000 crore is equipment from China alone.

  1. Sugar Company out of Kanpur-Agra Metro Contract

On Friday (July 03) the Uttar Pradesh Metro Rail Corporation (UPMRC) expelled the Chinese company for opening tenders for the supply of coaches for the Kanpur and Agra metro projects. Both projects are to supply coaches for 67 trains. Now, this contract has been awarded to Bombardier India Private Limited Company of Gujarat.

  1. 29.26 billion contracts seized from Chinese companies in Bihar

The Nitish government on Sunday (June 28) canceled the contract for the bridge to be built on the Ganges river in Patna. This bridge is to be built next to the existing Mahatma Gandhi Setu. Along with this, a road of about 15 kilometers is also to be built. The entire contract is worth 29.26 billion rupees. Two of the four contractors selected in the project were Chinese partners. Therefore, the contract was canceled.

  1. Railways have canceled the contract of 471 crores

In the year 2016, the Chinese company was awarded a contract of Rs 471 crore for signaling between Kanpur to Pandit Deendayal Upadhyay Junction. The railway has canceled the contract amid the current tension.

  1. China also exits the Delhi government’s e-bus project

The Delhi government is preparing to bring 1000 e-buses to reduce pollution. It was planned to buy bus parts from China and assemble in India. Now the Delhi government has decided that it will not buy any share from China. Delhi has started exploring possibilities in European countries.

  1. Increased customs duty on Chinese goods

Recently, the Indian government has increased the customs duty on goods imported from China. It includes everything from China-made toys to electronics. This will cause China to lose billions of dollars.

  1. Chinese products disappear from Indian markets

Sales of other products ranging from Chinese mobiles are almost closed in the market. Traders have also abandoned Chinese products. There was a turnover of about 600 crores from China every month in Bihar, which is decreasing rapidly. The traders of Delhi have also decided to boycott Chinese goods. According to the Chamber of Trade and Industry, goods worth 15 to 20 thousand crores from China reach Indian markets in Delhi only on Diwali. Around 1 lakh crore rupees are received from China on Diwali across the country. The Federation of Auto Parts Manufacturers of Punjab has also asked auto manufacturing companies to use Indian parts instead of Chinese parts. Other states are boycotting China in an organized manner.

  1. Control of Chinese investment through FDI

After a tussle between India and China on 5 May, the Modi government began controlling Chinese companies’ investments through FDI. For this, the Government of India has made changes in the respective rules. It may be noted that China’s investment in Indian companies was $ 41 million in the year 2009-10. In the year 2014-15, China invested the highest in Indian companies at $ 49.48 million. Chinese investment was $ 229 million in 2018-19 and $ 163.8 million in 2019-20.


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