Guwahati: Dakhinpat satra satradhikar Janardan Dev Goswami and Shree Shree Adhar satra satradhikar Mahesh Chandra Goswami on Monday burnt the Chinese flag at Upper Assam’s river island Majuli and raised anti-China slogans.
Accompanied by a few members of the Majuli district unit of the Hindu Raksha Sena, the duo staged a protest in the town’s Garamur area and urged the people of India, every Assam residents, in particular, to boycott ‘made-in-China’ goods to mark protest against the ‘enemy’ China.
The Shree Shree Adhar satra satradhikar Goswami said, “We condemn the Chinese aggression upon Indian territory. The People’s Liberation Army’s brutal killing of 20 Indian army officers and soldiers were highly condemnable. The killing itself was nothing other than a great manifesto of the Chinese betrayal.”
Stressing that the Indian military is no more in the state of 1962, the satradhikar also urged the government of India to give China a befitting reply.
Extending his solidarity to the Indian Army, Dakhinpat satra satradhikar Janardan Dev Goswami said, “To register our protest against China and its brutal army, I appeal every Indian residents, The Assamese in particular, to boycott Chinese products. We must stand up and say no to Chinese goods.”
Notably, on June 15-16, at least 20 Indian Army personnel, including a Colonel, were killed in the clash with Chinese troops in the eastern Ladakh’s Galwan Valley, the biggest military confrontation in over five decades.