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Anand Mahindra's befitting reply to Chinese media

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Anand Mahindra

new Delhi. When the Chinese media taunted the Indian industry over the issue of opposition to Chinese products released in India, they got the answer from the country's top businessman Anand Mahindra, which they would not have expected at all. In fact, the Chinese media wrote an article taunting India about indigenous products that if the people of China decide to boycott Indian products, then they will not get more products to boycott them. In other words, Chinese media said that India has very little of its own brand and indigenous products.

Mahindra Group Chairman Anand Mahindra responded to this taunt on social media. Anand Mahindra wrote that he feels that these comments are the most encouraging and effective comments of the Indian industry so far. Thanks to this excitement, we will get up there and show it.

Actually, this was written by the editor of China's official newspaper Global Times after China banned 59 mobile apps from India. The Chinese state media continues to tighten with provocative statements against India. At the same time, China's official media continues its propaganda war, separate from the Chinese military. Prime Minister Modi had also announced to go ahead with the policy of promoting local products, in which Chinese government media has been making such comments about the Indian industry continuously due to the standing of Indian industry.

This post was published on June 30, 2020 8:03 pm

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