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Tuesday, April 13, 2021

    Patriotic People’s Front Assam bats for befitting reply to ‘imperialist’ China

    PPFA advocates the appeal by innovator and social engineer Sonam Wangchuk to boycott all kinds of Chinese products including their software like Tiktok

    Guwahati: Patriotic People’s Front Assam (PPFA) advocated the recent appeal by innovator and social engineer Sonam Wangchuk to boycott all kinds of Chinese products including their software produces like Tiktok, Pub G, Beauty Plus, etc by every Indian national.

    It supported his appeal to refuse  using everything made by China as supports to the country as a whole and the soldiers on the border fighting the foreign elements commenting ‘citizens should react to the situation with wallets’

    The PPFA appeal came following the standoff with Chinese forces at Galwan valley of eastern Ladakh in the northern part of India killing many brave soldiers and injuring others and urged every Indian citizen to support the nation according to their capacities.

    The forum of nationalists in Northeast India, while terming Beijing administration as an imperialist force to illegally occupy Tibet in 1950s and trying its best to destroy the Tibetan culture, also urged the Central government to support the cause of an independent Tibet so that His Holiness 14th Dalai Lama can go back to the Potala palace in Lhasa within his lifetime.

    “China does not share border with India. They are away from us. Since time immemorial we had Tibet as our friendly neighbor. It was only after the Communist regime captured the Buddhist land and came closer to us. Since then clashes between Indian soldiers and Chinese forces continued to erupt time to time,” said a PPFA statement issued to the media.

    Ongoing violent clashes with the foreign forces remind patriots of northeast India to the bloody war of 1962 that snatched away thousand lives of soldiers and civilians in Arunachal Pradesh frontier.

    Legendary Assamese cultural personality Bhupen Hazarika created the fabulous song ‘Kata Jowanar Mritya Hal’ terming the Chinese aggressors as cruel enemies, it added.


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