In pictures: Traders burn Chinese goods, anti-China protest across India

Workers of Bhartiya Kisan Union (Bhanu) burn a photo of Chinese President Xi Jinping during a protest

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Photo- PTI

 

Chinese Indians hold placards during a protest against the killing of Indian Army soldiers by the Chinese PLA troops, at Chinatown in Kolkata

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Photo- PTI

 

Muslim activists in a silent protest demonstrate against Chinese President Xi Jinping in Bhopal

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BJP Activists burn an effigy of Chinese President Xi Jinping during a protest against the killing of 20 Indian Army soldiers in Ladakh's Galwan Valley by the Chinese troops, in Patna

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Retired police officers protest against the killing of Indian soldiers and boycotting Chinese products, at National Police Memorial, in New Delhi

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Picture-ANI

 

Members of Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT) protest against China in New Delhi

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Picture-Dalip Kumar

 

Members of CAIT burns Chinese goods at Karol bagh market in New Delhi

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Photo-Dalip Kumar

 

Members of Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT) burn an effigy of Chinese President Xi Jinping while protesting against China in New Delhi

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Photo- Dalip Kumar

 


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