Widespread Protest in Patna Over Chinese Attack on India

LJP workers burning the effigy of Chinese President in Patna on Wednesday.

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Patna: Various political and students' groups in Patna on Wednesday took out protest rallies and burn effigies of Chinese President Xi Jinping following the skirmish between India and China in Ladakh last Monday when at least 20 Indian soldiers lost their lives fighting for their country.

Activists with allegiance to the Lok Janshakti Party (LJP) burnt the effigy of Jinping at the Kargil Chowk demanding immediate retaliation against China to avenge the death of the Indian soldiers.

As reported, five out of the 20 Indian martyrs in Ladakh belonged to Bihar.

Angry protestors also demanded ban on made in China products saying the Chinese were dumping their cheap products in countries like India and using that money to launch military assaults on its neighbors.

Chanting anti-China slogans, LJP workers said the party condemned unprovoked attack on India and the Indian government had the obligation to give China a befitting reply.

Pappu Yadav protesting against China on Wednesday.

Meanwhile, Jan Adhikar Party (JAP) president Pappu, a day after taking out a protest rally against the so-called 'Bollywood mafia' believed to be behind the suicide of rising movie star and a Patna native Sushant Singh Rajput, took out another rally in Patna on Wednesday demanding a complete ban on Chinese goods that have flooded the markets of Patna.

Yadav also visited a number of shopping complexes in the state capital asking them to stop selling Chinese goods in order to financially hurt China.

Modi also slammed the Narendra Modi government saying it had been in power for nearly six years and yet it failed to come up with a clear-cut policy about China.


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