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PHOTOS: Indians vent anger on Chinese goods

June 19, 2020 12:29 IST
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The clamour to boycott China-made products grew in the country following the killing of 20 Indian Army personnel by Chinese troops in a violent face-off in Ladakh's Galwan Valley.

From smashing television sets to burning computers, angry Indians are boycotting all goods manufactured in China, accusing the neighbouring country of betraying India's trust by its act of aggression on the borders.

Topics like 'Boycott China', 'Go China' and 'Go Chinese Go' have been trending on Twitter.

 

IMAGE: People burn Chinese products during a protest against the killing of 20 Indian Army soldiers in Ladakh's Galwan Valley by the Chinese People's Liberation Army troops. Photograph: Ashok Bhaumik/PTI Photo

IMAGE: 'Boycott made in China', say Youth Congress activists in Kolkata. Photograph: Ashok Bhaumik/PTI Photo

IMAGE: Youth Congress activists call for a ban on popular Chinese short-video app TikTok. Photograph: Ashok Bhaumik/PTI Photo

IMAGE: Congress workers smash a television set in Lucknow during a protest against the killing of 20 Indian Army soldiers in Ladakh's Galwan Valley by the Chinese People's Liberation Army troops. Photograph: Nand Kumar/PTI Photo

IMAGE: Youth Congress activists smash Chinese products on a banner that reads 'Boycott Made In China'. Photograph: Ashok Bhaumik/PTI Photo

IMAGE:  A Jan Adhikar party supporter climbs a JCB machine to blacken a banner of a Chinese mobile phone manufacturer as part of a protest against China, in Patna. Photograph: PTI Photo

IMAGE: Maharashtra Bharatiya Janata Party MLA Ram Kadam burns China products in Mumbai. Photograph: PTI Photo

IMAGE: Furniture merchants stage a protest against Chinese President Xi Jinping over the Galwan clash. Photograph: PTI Photo

IMAGE: Citizens burn posters of Chinese President Xi Jinping during the ongoing COVID-19 nationwide lockdown in Bengaluru. Photograph: Shailendra Bhojak/PTI Photo
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