RSS-affiliated organisations urge Indians to boycott Chinese goods

Looking at the critical condition on the borders of Sikkim between India and China, many RSS affiliated organisations have resolved not to use any Chinese products.

A meeting was held in Agra on 8th and 9th July by Bharath Tibet Sahyog Manch, an all-India Tibet support group, in the meeting the members resolved not to use any Chinese goods, especially in everyday worship. The RSS members have also urged Indians to declare at least one of the festivals celebrated when no Chinese goods will be used for worship.

Senior RSS leader Indresh Kumar said that China is an atheist country and the policies the country is using to expand its influence over China is bothersome. He also pointed out that China has forcefully taken many areas of Himalaya under its control including Tibet and has also never supported India against terrorism. He further added that India should free Kailash Mansarover from the influence of China. He urged that all Indians should stop using Chinese products and shopkeepers should install signboards outside their shops reading ‘no Chinese goods are sold here’.

Veteran BJP leader BS Koshyari confirmed the other resolution passed during the meeting that whole of Asia should unite to stop Chinese dominance on the mountains, lands and water.