Indians boycott rakhis made in China amid border stand off
With Raksha Bandhan around the corner, Chinese rakhis are not being sold in the market amid New Delhi-Beijing stand-off in Doklam area on India's border, said traders dealing in rakhi.
Varanasi: Demand for Made in China Rakhi goes down due to tensions between India-China pic.twitter.com/oqCaYNuBxi— ANI UP (@ANINewsUP) August 4, 2017
According to ANI, Chinese Rakhis were always high in demand due to its good quality and looks, but this year, Indians are not preferring it.
According to the customer, very few Made in China Rakhis are being sold here. People are not keen on buying them at all.
Rakhi is all about praying for the well being of the brother Bipin, who runs a cosmetic and jewellery store, said people are boycotting Chinese rakhis.
According to a survey, majority of Indians will go for Indian products since they are reliable despite the items being comparatively expensive than Chinese products.
People are requesting Indians to boycott Chinese goods, especially rakhis.
Another customer said,''Chinese people earn in crores every year by selling products in India during festivals and use that money against us.''