The boycott of Chinese goods is going on in the country amid a dispute with China. In the Mann Ki Baat program, Prime Minister Narendra Modi also mentioned such letters, in which there was a mention of taking a pledge not to use Chinese goods. Till now, the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP), which has been advising Congress not to do politics on China issue, has also opened a front against the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).
Jitendra Ahwad, NCP leader and minister in the Uddhav government of Maharashtra, criticized the BJP and said that now self-proclaimed patriots talk of boycott of Chinese goods. He alleged that Foreign Minister S.K. Jaishankar’s son’s organization donated Rs 3 crore from China.
NCP leader Jitendra did not stop at this. The Uddhav government minister also took Ajit Doval, the National Security Advisor. Ahwad alleged that the organization related to Doval is also associated with Chinese organizations. They now talk of boycott of Chinese goods. Significantly, the opposition Congress is an attacker on the ongoing tension in Ladakh from China. The BJP has also opened a front against the Congress.
The BJP accused the Congress of transferring funds from the Prime Minister’s National Disaster Relief Fund to the Rajiv Gandhi Foundation. The BJP also accused the Congress of taking donations from China. Now Jitendra Ahwad has put the ruling BJP at the center in the dock with regard to donation from China.