Jawan makes emotional appeal to boycott Chinese products


New Delhi: A Jawan deployed at China border has made an emotional appeal in a video to delete Chinese apps and boycott its products.

Such a viral video has surfaced in the social media amid ongoing border tension between India and China.

In the video, the Indian and Chinese troops can be seen exchanging blows and involved in violent fracas after a heated argument. The Indian Army personnel can also be heard saying “go back” and “don’t fight” in the video.

In the viral video, the ‘jawan’ can be seen showing the poor condition of the hilly road through which they had to reach China border.

Worthwhile to mention that on June 15, twenty Indian soldiers were martyred and several others were severely injured in a face-off with PLA troops in Galwan Valley in eastern Ladakh.

This was the first border clash with China after a gap of nearly 45 years. In 1974, four Indian soldiers had lost their lives in an ambush at Tulung La in Arunachal Pradesh.

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