Hardwar, Aug 6: Against the backdrop of the Chinese incursions into Doklam area of Sikkim, and Dragon’s highhandedness, Yogaguru Baba Ramdev Saturday appealed to each and every Indian citizen to boycott all the Chinese goods.
According to ANI, Ramdev said that China was openly supporting the terrorists of Pakistan. He said we need to give a befitting reply to Pakistan.
One of the solutions could be merging of Pak-Occupied Kashmir (PoK) with India and boycotting China made products be it mobile, watches, cars or even toys”, he added.
Making an appeal to the political parties to join hands on the issue of ‘swadeshi’ keeping their political differences and rivalry at bay, he said that country’s interests should be places everything else.
The Yoga Guru asserted in a tweeter message that China is now openly supporting the terrorists of Pakistan, and in such a situation boycotting Chinese goods could act as an effective deterrent against them.
“With the growing tension between India and China, the traders across the country are boycotting Chinese products and also urging the public to not purchase them”, he said.
Advocating strongly for the merger of PoK with India Baba Ramdev also repeated his appeal to boycott the Chinese products.
“अब वक्त आ गया हैं पीओके का भारत में विलय करें और आर्थिक स्तर पर सभी देशवासी चाइना के बने सामान का बहिष्कार करें”
News agency ANI reported that the Federation of All Odisha Traders’ Association (FAOTA) asked the public to boycott Chinese products as China would earn huge profit by selling its products in Indian market.
The stand-off between India and China emerged after Chinese troops were stopped by the Indian Army from constructing roads along the Doklam border.
India claims Sikkim border as part of its territory, while China has said that the area falls on their side as per the 1890 treaty signed between British and China.
Consequently, China suspended the annual Kailash Manasarovar Yatra and conceded that the decision to suspend the pilgrimage was due to the border scuffle.
It also alleged that the India n troops had crossed the Sikkim sector of the Indo-China border. Beijing has accused New Delhi of violating a convention signed in 1890 between Britain and China relating to Sikkim and Tibet.