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Call to boycott Chinese goods

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BONGAIGAON, Oct 6 - Activists belonging to Bongaigaon district unit of Hindu Yuba Chatra Parishad, Assam symbolically burnt Chinese goods on the main road in Bongaigaon town Wednesday afternoon.

The programme was undertaken to give a call to ban the sale and purchase of China-made goods in the nation including in the State, so as to protest its pro-Pakistan and anti-India role.

The students� body also protested the conspiracy China has hatched to restrict the water flow of river Brahmaputra as an anti-India agenda.

Meanwhile, the Bongaigaon district unit of Bharatiya Janata Yuba Morcha has also sent a memorandum to the Chief Minister on Wednesday seeking his intervention in the sale of China-made fire crackers in the State during festivals.

The Morcha also sought action against those traders who are involved in selling Chinese products.

According to the Morcha, the money China gets from selling its products in India is being spent on its military that is inimical to India. Hence, the organisation has demanded complete ban on selling of Chinese goods in India.

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Call to boycott Chinese goods

BONGAIGAON, Oct 6 - Activists belonging to Bongaigaon district unit of Hindu Yuba Chatra Parishad, Assam symbolically burnt Chinese goods on the main road in Bongaigaon town Wednesday afternoon.

The programme was undertaken to give a call to ban the sale and purchase of China-made goods in the nation including in the State, so as to protest its pro-Pakistan and anti-India role.

The students� body also protested the conspiracy China has hatched to restrict the water flow of river Brahmaputra as an anti-India agenda.

Meanwhile, the Bongaigaon district unit of Bharatiya Janata Yuba Morcha has also sent a memorandum to the Chief Minister on Wednesday seeking his intervention in the sale of China-made fire crackers in the State during festivals.

The Morcha also sought action against those traders who are involved in selling Chinese products.

According to the Morcha, the money China gets from selling its products in India is being spent on its military that is inimical to India. Hence, the organisation has demanded complete ban on selling of Chinese goods in India.