- Ayush Kayal.
|Pic credits:Laughing Colours|
With the festive season round the corner, the chorus of people and organisations begin to boycott Chinese Products. The present scenario also makes this demand sound legible.
Firstly, China blocking India's path to Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG).
Secondly, China blocking the ban on JeM Chief Masood Azhar not only once but twice.
Third, China blocking a tributary of river Brahmaputra in Tibet.
And so on.
However in the demand for boycotting the Chinese goods only small vendors and wholesalers are targeted. The administration and different organisations raid their shops, imposing huge loss during the festive season. Why no protests outside big malls? They are also a hub of Chinese products.Why no protests outside electronic showrooms?
Irony is that the some people who write the messages of boycotting Chinese Goods, click photos of their protest to spread in Social Media, use Chinese Brand Smartphones to do the same.
I am in support of banning the use of Chinese Goods but first an individual must change himself rather than taking it to the streets and create a situation.
# the view expressed are that of the author