Chinese Electronic Items Thrown on Roads in Mysuru as Activist Urge to Boycott Chinese Goods

05:04 PM Jul 10, 2017 | Team Udayavani |

Mysuru: Mysuru Rakshana Vedike activists protested against dumping of Chinese goods into Indian market at old bank road in Mysuru on Monday. As part of their protests, the activists thrown China made electronic items on the road and urged the customers and shop owners not to buy or sell Chinese goods in India.  


The protests came in the wake of recent Chinese aggressive in Indo-China boarder and its hostile policy towards India. Cheap quality of the dumped China made goods also provoked the activists to hold protests here.

As of now, huge online campaign is being organised by various groups, organisations in India against Chinese goods. In the wake of the campaign, the protestors said, “we the people of India should boycott Chinese goods to lend our support Indian Army and Prime Minister Narendra Modi to protect the dignity of the country in the international sphere.”  


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