New Delhi: In a move to counter China for blocking India's bid to designate Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) chief Masood Azhar as a terrorist by the United Nations, the Indian social media users have started a campaign to boycott the use of Chinese products as a way to protest.
Amidst the highly tense environment between India and Pakistan, post the Uri attacks and surgical strike, India has recently been downplayed by China after it apparently took Pakistan's side on the issue of terrorism.
Where the world condemned the Uri attack after 19 Indian soldiers gave their life for the nation, India decided to diplomatically isolate Pakistan and expose it for supporting terror groups.
But recently, China while taking Pakistan' side blocked India's bid to designate Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) chief Masood Azhar as a terrorist by the United Nations.
However, India, in its move to burst out on terror perpetrators carried out surgical strikes across the Line of Control (LoC) and targeted several terror launch pads. Countries like Bangladesh, and Pakistan's Balochistan also supported India's surgical strike.
Here are some of the tweets by random users supporting the campaign
Ban Chinese products, elements, electric items etc..boycott both China and Pak.. #ChinaToPakRescue
— TrueIndian (@DhavalMistry11) October 2, 2016
we must boycott Chinese products to show them our power. they get 40 Billion USD from India every year. Start with Diwali #ChinaToPakRescue
— Ravi Shukla (@RaviShukla03) October 2, 2016
If each Indian decides to Boycott all Chinese products that would be a very big blow for their economy n will stop #ChinaSupportsPakTerror
— rashmi vidyasagar (@RVSAGAR) October 2, 2016