Ever since the Indo-China clash in the Galwan Valley where 20 Indian soldiers were martyred and 10 were held captive (now released), several Indian citizens have called for a ban on Chinese products. A video of people thrashing a TV set went viral as well. Also, a particular Union Minister asked people to ban Chinese food and restaurants.
And now, a video of an army jawaan asking people to boycott Chinese products has gone viral, reports Times Now.
While we cannot guarantee the authenticity of the video, the jawaan claims to be walking towards China border. He shows how there are no concrete roads and that they have to walk in between mountains to reach their destination. He then goes on to say:
“Hum yaha desh ke liye kuch na kuch kar rahe hai, aap log bhi waha China ke apps delete karo yaar. Boycott karo unko. Unke products ko bhi boycott karo. Itne tough places mein hum log duty kar rahe hai. Aap bas apne ungliyon se usse boycott kar sakte hai.”
Watch the video here:
People on the internet are commenting in support of what the jawaan has to say. Many expressed how they are proud of our jawaans and lauded them for their service.
Beautiful video.. salute to u..nd whole nation is with u…
— Suril Mehta (@SurilMehta3) June 26, 2020
Proud of you brother👍……..just because of you we still breathing. #supportindianarmy .
— Mohammad Wajahad Khurshid (@MWajahad) June 26, 2020
We should support our army and must follow them 💜
— Vijay Asanani (@AsananiVijay) June 26, 2020
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We will follow you dear sir.. Salute you!
— Senthilkumar Arumuga (@SenthilkumarAr1) June 27, 2020
What say now. All we can do as Indians can atleast delete the Chinese apps respecting our Indian Army who are selflessly fighting for us.
— Suchitra Varkal (@SuchitraVarkal) June 26, 2020
zarur karenge sir! We all owe you, thanking you would be an understatement. jai hind.
— Ayush Trivedi (@AyushTr78414587) June 26, 2020
Our real hero. Kudos to brave soldier
— bbdukhunrai (@DesiBBR_20) June 26, 2020
Do you think boycotting Chinese products will help in any way? Tell us!