Tibetan community of Sikkim today burned down the effigy Chinese President Xi Jinping and appeals not to use any Chinese product and to boycott it. This protest was given by the Tibetan Youth Congress to boycott the Chinese good. Tibetan Youth Congress, a worldwide non-governmental organization of Tibetans With 88 regional Chapters all around the globe has launched a “Global Movement to Boycott Made in China” on 10th July, 2020 to raise awareness about the atrocities committed by Chinese regime today’s event is the part of the same global movement which was held today.
Earlier, soldiers of China’s People’s Liberation Army and Indian Army have moved back at least 600 metres from the four friction points in east Ladakh where they were in an eyeball-to-eyeball confrontation, people familiar with the developments told Hindustan Times after an on-ground verification by the army.
The PLA soldiers, who had maintained an aggressive posture, have also taken a step back at other locations along the 1,597 km Line of Actual Control in the western sector.
Initial reports had indicated that the PLA troops had moved 1.5 km from the stand-off point.
Military officials said this implied that there was no buffer zone.
The 2017 China India border standoff or Doklam standoff refers to the military border standoff between the Indian Armed Forces and the People’s Liberation Army of China over Chinese construction of a road in Doklam near a trijunction border area, known as Donglang, or Donglang Caochang, in Chinese.
Recently, similar standoff happened between the two countries in Galwan Valley Ladakh which has now de-escalated.
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