Siliguri, 20 June 2020
Members of the ‘Regional Tibetan Youth Congress’ in West Bengal staged anti-China protests in Siliguri, calling on all to boycott Chinese products and delete Chinese mobile apps.
There is a huge backlash against Chinese companies in West Bengal.
West Bengal: Members of 'Regional Tibetan Youth Congress' hold an anti-China protest in Siliguri, appealing to all to boycott Chinese products and delete Chinese mobile apps. pic.twitter.com/jS6WMcFQox
— ANI (@ANI) June 20, 2020
Ongoing border tensions between India and China have angered Indians. But the government has not grown. People are now committed to boycotting Chinese goods. The boycott will be carried out not only in offline markets but also online. The government is preparing a new plan for this. China will apply to companies of not just one but every country.
The Indian government is actually taking this step to reduce imports from China. This will help the country curb Chinese imports.
China’s trade is 47 47 billion. In the first 11 months of the fiscal year ended March 31, 2020, imports from China increased, while exports declined. Consumers will be able to decide whether they want to buy goods made in India or not. Will soon announce a draft e-commerce policy.