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Hu Xijin, the Global Times editor, took to Twitter to respond to the ban placed by the Indian government on Chinese apps. "Well, even if Chinese people want to boycott Indian products, they can't really find many Indian goods. Indian friends, you need to have some things that are more important than nationalism,” wrote Xijin in his scathing tweet.
Well, even if Chinese people want to boycott Indian products, they can't really find many Indian goods. Indian frie… https://t.co/IemiMYwSD4— Hu Xijin 胡锡进 (@HuXijin_GT) 1593449745000
I suspect this comment might well be the most effective & motivating rallying cry that India Inc. has ever received… https://t.co/JzMGz5dh6K— anand mahindra (@anandmahindra) 1593519436000
@anandmahindra Well said Mr. Mahindra. We will for sure and if this will not make us move our butts, nothing ever… https://t.co/Rrpfep61yq— Milind Jadhav (@Milind_Jadhav) 1593523726000
@anandmahindra This guy is talking about nationalism from a country where everything is banned in the name of natio… https://t.co/YecJouh68q— Milind Choudhary (@LivMilind) 1593532140000
@anandmahindra Nationalism is the most important thing for us because our nation gave us democracy, a voice. Chines… https://t.co/njXqRqMLcr— Lily Grover (@DiarybyLily) 1593519702000
The decision taken by Indian government to ban 59 Chinese apps comes at a time when tensions at the Sino-India border are rising. On June 15, there took place a violent clash at the Galwan Valley in Ladakh in which 20 Indian soldiers were martyred.
Global Times, on the other hand, has often been criticised by the Indian media for being a mouthpiece of the Chinese government. This is, however, not the first time that the Global Times has been commenting on the ongoing India-China clash. Recently, the English-language Chinese newspaper called help from the United States ‘wishful thinking’ by India.
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13 Comments on this Story
Indian Patriot34 days ago
If you are an Indian patriot then only buy Mahindra, TATA Motors and Force. I am not just talking about cars but also their shares so they they never face any liquidity crunch.
Indians should also boycot foreign owned automobile companies like Maruti, Hyundai, MG Motors, Ford, Toyota, Honda, Mercedes, BMW and Audi
Narasimhan Bangalore34 days ago
Good retort! It’s childish to think and say that India is not capable to produce hi-tech utilities is a misnomer. No need to prove to anybody. Strengthen the hands of this generation of Indians!
Ravi Bhangaonkar34 days ago
Coming from one of the corporate bosses, makes us feel good.