Guwahati electronics showroom stops sale of Chinese product
Guwahati, June 20: Following the killing of 20 Indian soldiers by Chinese troops in a violent face-off in Ladakh’s Galwan Valley, anger against China has been pouring out across the state and many people, political leaders, organizations have pressed for a ban on Chinese product.
Amid the protests against China following the Galwan Valley incident, a Guwahati based trader is now showing an extraordinary example as he has stopped selling Chinese goods in his shop.
An electronic shop named Next Electronics – located at Ulubari area in Guwahati city has taken a bold decision not to sell Chinese products in the electronic showroom.
The electronic showroom has already returned all Chinese products including mobile phones, LED, refrigerator, washing machine and announcing not to sell any Chinese product.
The Guwahati based trader has removed the Chinese products from his showroom worth several lakh of rupees.
Abhishek Soni – owner of the showroom said that – “We have to change ourselves. If we will change ourselves, then we will see a big change in the next 3-4 years. We have to promote Indian products.”
“We want India to become an export hub. I had returned all Chinese products like mobile phones, refrigerator, ACs, LED TVs, washing machines. These products are belonging to directly Chinese owned companies,” Abhishek Soni said.
He further appeals to all citizens to boycott Chinese products.
On the other hand, Assam Chamber of Commerce has also appealed to the traders of the state not to procure any Chinese products.