MANGALDAI, June 18 - Strongly protesting the recent aggression by China in Galwan Valley of eastern Ladakh and subsequent killing of 20 soldiers of the Indian Army, activists of Rashtriya Bajrang Dal on Thursday burnt the national flag of China and burnt the effigy of Chinese President Xi Jinping here at Ram Janaki Mandir chariali.
The protesters led by Subrata Das, the North East Vice President of the organisation, demanded the Central government to put a ban on sale of all Chinese products in India and also close down the industries manufacturing such items. They shouted slogans against the PLA and in support of the Indian Army. The protesters also raised demand for heavy retaliatory action against the killing of Indian soldiers.
Our Udalguri correspondent adds: Amid the rising tension along the Sino-India border in eastern Ladakh, the Viswa Hindu Parishad (VHP) and the Rashtriya Bajrang Dal today burnt the effigy of Chinese Premiere Xi Jinping here and shouted slogans, demanding an immediate ban on imports of Chinese goods and boycott of all types of Chinese goods by the Indians and the government as well.
The activists of VHP and Rashtriya Bajrang Dal also paid tributes to the martyred Indian soldiers and demanded action against PLA for the dastardly act.
The programme was initiated by Diganta Koch, secretary general of Assam State committee of VHP, and Binoy Borah, secretary of Udalguri district committee of VHP.