China: Expressing ‘Pak’ love one side, attacked on the other side – stuff will be bought by us

New Delhi: After the fidayeen attack on CRPF convoy in Pulwama, Pakistan may have been alone in the world for terrorism, but China has played a great role in its friendship. By saving the terrorist Masood Azhar in the United Nations Security Council, China also cleared the international community that it would fully help its friend at the time of the crisis.

Recently, China’s Foreign Minister Wang Yi and Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi discussed the Pulwama attack under the China-Pakistan Strategic Dialogue. After this, defending Pakistan, China said the whole world was not a target of Pakistan on the Pulwama attack.

On the other hand, the Chinese media has irritated the Indians and said that how much boycott can be but the stuff will be ours.

In fact, China had vetoed India’s proposal to declare Masood Azhar, the responsible terrorist of the Pulwama terror attack on February 14, as a global terrorist in the United Nations Security Council. There is a campaign to boycott Chinese goods in China after this move of China. But now, tearing the campaign, China has said that whether India wants or not, it will have to use our product.

India can not produce products themselves

China’s official newspaper, Global Times, has written in an article – India is angry after the attempt to declare Masood Azhar as a global terrorist, after being stopped by China in the UN. Because of this, #Boocat Chinese products have become quite popular on social media in India. But this effort will fail every time like this time. The Global Times newspaper has said that India can not produce products itself .

The Indian manufacturing industry is still undeveloped and does not have the competitiveness capability. In such a situation, it will have to use the Chinese product without wanting. A newspaper attached to the ruling Communist Party of China said that the forces within India are only stopping the process of reforms in the country.

Targeting nationalism too

Although the article also claims that relations between countries have improved in the last few years. China is also trying to reduce India’s trade deficit. But along with this, it has also been warned that if the candidates in the coming Lok Sabha elections will show China’s fear of promoting nationalism and gaining popularity, it will be dangerous.