Boycott China: Anger among people of Uttarakhand, Chinese goods burnt

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20 soldiers, including an Indian Army officer, were killed in a violent confrontation with Chinese soldiers on Monday night in the Galvan Valley of Ladakh. The army confirmed this late at night. 43 Chinese soldiers have died in this conflict.

Appeal to boycott Chinese goods

In Rishikesh, BJP workers raised slogans protesting against China. During this time, the protesters expressed outrage over the nefarious act of China. Said that the time has come to teach China a lesson. The protesters also appealed to the people to boycott Chinese goods.

China torches display

The people of India are angry with this nefarious act of China on the border. Angry people are appealing on social media to boycott Chinese goods. The BJYM boycotted China’s goods and shouted slogans.

BJYM leader Shyam Pant said that China has martyred our soldiers. This incident is condemnable. In such a situation, there is an appeal to the people to boycott Chinese goods. Do not buy any goods made from China now. Jitendra Rawat, Mouni, Rajesh Rawat, Deepak Aggarwal, Saurabh Kapoor, Sagar Sonkar, Rinku Shankar, etc. were present during this period.

The effigy of the President of China blew

At the same time, the effigy of Chinese President Xi Jinping was burnt by the Tejas Group. In which Vinay Rawat, Sanjay Verma, Harish Negi, Satyendra Rawat, Paras Pant, Harish Bhatt, Deepak Rawat, Arvind, Ajay, Suraj, Bhagirathi, Purohit, Jeet, Dinesh Patni, etc. were present.

They expressed anger by burning the flag of China

On Tuesday, activists gathered at Congress Bhawan in Dehradun and demonstrated against China. During this, Congress workers expressed their anger by burning the flag of China.

The Bharatiya Janata Party Cantt Assembly GMS Mandal Yuva Morcha led by MLA Harbans Kapoor burnt effigy of China at Balliwala Chowk, bowed down to the martyred jawans and appealed for a complete boycott of Chinese goods by the Yuva Morcha. Board President Bablu Bansal, General Secretary Sumit Pandey, General Secretary Shekhar Nautiyal, Suman Singh, Vikas Beniwal, Ajay Singh, Sanjeev Upadhyay, Bhagat Bhandari, Chandrasagar Uniyal, Vijay Bhandari, Ashish Sharma were present.

Demand to give a befitting reply to China

Slogans of China Murdabad were chanted by Congress in Mussoorie. At the same time, people were requested to boycott Chinese goods. City Congress President Gaurav Aggarwal demanded the Indian government to give a befitting reply to China. He said that China is continuously harming India. In such a situation, the time has come for China to respond.

He also accused the Indian government of concealing the fact that China has continuously infiltrated India’s land. Said that the encounter took place only when the Indian border was infiltrated by Chinese. In which 20 of our soldiers were martyred, which will not be tolerated.

Paid tribute to the 20 soldiers of the martyred country

Rishikesh Municipal Corporation Mayor Anita Mamgai paid tribute to the 20 soldiers of the country who died in the bloody conflict between the India-China Army. The Ambedkar Chowk statue unveiling program to be organized by the Municipal Corporation on Wednesday was postponed after the martyrdom of 20 brave sons of the country.

The Mayor paid tribute to the heroic sons of Mother Bharati who made the supreme sacrifice amidst the slogan of Bharat Maa Ki Jai. she said that China has once again proved that fraud is in its blood. The Indian government will give an appropriate answer to China’s hilarity.

She said that the whole country is boiling over the martyrdom of Indian soldiers. There is tension on the border of the country. The Indian Army has been freed by the Government of India to take decisions on ground level given the situation, which indicates that present India is not 1962 India. The Indian Army is fully prepared to respond to the enemy in its language. She also appealed to the city dwellers to boycott Chinese products.

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