Next electronics starts boycott of Chinese goods

GUWAHATI: The economical gap between India and China is narrowed, the country prompted by emotions of nationalism amid the standoff between the two countries, can boycott Chinese products and carve out a path for ‘Atma Nirbhar Bharat. The ongoing tussle with China at the Eastern Ladakh border where 20 Indian Army personnel, including a Colonel, were killed the boycott to Chinese goods is becoming a reality.

After the rise in tension on the border, demand to prohibit China-made materials has been rising for a long time.

On Wednesday, an electronic shop named Next Electronics has taken a bold decision by announcing not to sell Chinese products in its showroom situated at B Borooah Road in Guwahati.

Abhishek Soni, the owner of Next Electronics said, “We have removed the Chinese products from our showroom such as Oppo, Vivo, TCL, Haier etc. I feel the business community has a social responsibility and everyone must come forward to stop selling Chinese brands. Being a citizen of India it is a proud feeling to stand up with the Indian Army. It is just a small initiative and all traders across India should take such a decision. We should sell and promote non-Chinese brands.”

He also added, “Instead of writing on Facebook change your products. Next time when you buy make it sure you are choosing a non-Chinese products.”

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