Delhi: China’s clothes will now be removed from Gandhi market

Protests against China are increasing across the country amidst tensions between India and China in Galvan. Traders say that now they will boycott clothes from China. Fancy dress from China will no longer be seen in Delhi’s Gandhi Nagar Market.

  • Protests across the country against Chinese products
  • Boycott of Chinese clothes in Delhi markets

China’s opposition to the attack on Indian soldiers is increasing throughout the country. Traders say that now they will remove the clothes of China. Gandhi Nagar Bazar of Delhi is known for the groom’s sherwani and fancy clothes.

Do you know that the clothes used in fancy dress come from China? Not only this, but accessories in fancy dress are also sourced from China. 

The angry traders of China say that now they will not sell Chinese clothes. The government should also boycott Chinese products so that China can be defeated.

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Naresh Sikka, a businessman from Gandhi Nagar, says that in this market, businessmen from different states of the country come to this market. Now as soon as they come to the business market, they are asking that there is no Chinese product in any dress.

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If there is a China product, then you are keeping a distance from that product. In such a situation, even big consumers are refraining from making clothes with Chinese products.

China’s business has spread everywhere

Vikas Jain, who works as a garment in Gandhi Nagar, says that China is spreading its foot in a big way not only in the country’s electronic goods but also in the textile industry. 

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From the button in the shirt to the zip of the pants, it comes from China. Not only this, the machines in the factory where these clothes are made are also from China, which is now ready to be discontinued.

The controversy is related to the spirit of India

If the president of Gandhinagar market, KK Balli, believes this dispute is related to the spirit of India. If China has to teach a lesson, then for that, products of better quality than China have to be made in India. 

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The government should also help in the direction of running our factories and bringing better machinery in them so that China can be defeated.