BSNL, MTNL, and other private companies have been asked to ban all their Chinese contracts and appliances. The Telecom Ministry has ordered an immediate ban on Chinese products and deals and has asked them to avoid Chinese equipment in upgradations. The judgment by the Chinese
The government based companies have been asked to amend their conditions in such a way that no Chinese company will be eligible to participate in the tender process. Also, they have been asked to cancel all the earlier tenders or deals fir Telecom development. Soon the directives for private dealers will be issued to boycott existing Chinese equipment and prohibit any new launch or purchase.
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The amendments and following steps have been taken after witnessing the dispute at the borders of Ladakh and China. The country has been immersed in anger after the loss incurred due to the killing of 20 soldiers at the border. The relations between India and China have worsened this week. Resentment and anger have been rising with every coming day and people on social media are promoting boycott china and Chinese equipment. The circumstances have led to a silent war between the countries apart from the border disputes.
The situation is demanding a boycott of all Chinese products where the Confederation Of India (CAT) has also administered a list that includes 450 items that are being imported from China. The items include cosmetics, bags, footwear, toys, watches, furniture, and other Chinese equipments. As per the CAT, the motive behind issuing the boycotting list is to curtail the import from China. India aims at curtailing the import by Rs 1 lakh crore or about Rs 13 Billion by December 2021.
A few days back, Swadeshi Jagran mandated the ban of Chinese companies from participating in upcoming tender processes in India. It further demanded that the lower bid led by china’s Shanghai Tunnel Engineering Co Ltd for the undercover stretch of the Delhi-Meerut regional rapid travel system proposal be canceled.
Formerly India drafted a powerful statement to China by saying that the unpresidential incidents happening in Galwan Valley will lead to dents and affect the relations between the two countries. The military level talks of India and China transpiring in the Galwan Valley have roused the situation of boycotting China. It demands immediate actions over China demanding sovereignty over the region.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will hold a virtual conference today in the evening at 5 PM. In the meeting, the prime minister is inclined to take up the issue of ongoing tension between India and China at the borders. The meeting is presumed to be held between opposition leaders and ministers. Prime Minister is likely to introduce the members with the steps the Indian government has been planning to take to diffuse the situation.
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