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Campaign to boycott Chinese goods picks up momentum in Bihar

Campaign to boycott Chinese goods picks up momentum in Bihar

India Blooms News Service | 08 Oct 2016, 11:51 pm
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Patna, October 8 (The Bihar Post/IBNS): Bihar has launched an intensive campaign to boycott Chinese products to “weaken” the dragon.

There have been a number of actions taken in the past few days to hit Chinese economy in forceful manners.

In a fresh incident, a local Gram Kutchery under Obra panchayat in Aurangabad district has banned the Chinese goods and also announced to collect fine from both selling and buying Chinese products.

The decision to impose ban was taken at a meeting of Gram Kutchery held last evening. The meeting was chaired by Gudia Devi. Gram Kutchery is one of the important means of local justice.

Bajrang Dal activists take out a procession in Nawada district on Saturday, warning the shopkeepers against selling Chinese goods.


The Bihar government issued an advisory to all district collectors and magistrates, asking them to clamp down on firecrackers. The move is set to primarily impact sale of Chinese crackers.

 

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Campaign to boycott Chinese goods picks up momentum in Bihar

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