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#BoycottChineseProducts trends after China blocks bid to list Masood Azhar as global terrorist 

Outraged by China's move in the UN, netizens have taken to Twitter to express their anger by calling for a complete ban on Chinese products in India. 

Published: 14th March 2019 12:44 PM  |   Last Updated: 14th March 2019 01:42 PM   |  A+A-

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#BoycottChinaProducts trends on social media.

By Online Desk

For the fourth time in a row, China has blocked India's bid in the UN to list Jaish-e-Mohammad chief Mazood Azhar as a global terrorist. 

Following the Pulwama terrorist attack, which was claimed by the terror outfit, three permanent members of the Security Council - the US, France and the UK - had moved a resolution to designate Azhar as a global terrorist. But China, which wields veto power in the Security Council, blocked the move again, in support of Pakistan. 

India has expressed disappointment over China's decision but said it will "pursue all available avenues" to bring to justice terrorist leaders involved in the attack.

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Meanwhile, outraged by China's move in the UN, netizens have taken to Twitter to express their anger by calling for a complete ban on Chinese products in India. 

Here are some of the reactions on Twitter: 

A few wanted to uninstall Chinese products from their smartphones, including the popular Tik Tok app.

One user pointed out how Chinese products dominate the smartphone market in India

The US has warned it "may be forced to pursue other actions" at the Security Council if Beijing continued with this policy.



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