Bharat Tibet Sahayog Manch (BTSM) demands Tibet’s complete from China according to the reported by the Hitavada today. The BTSM in a protest rally against China in Nagpur city of India called in demand of complete freedom for Tibet from the captivity of China organised on last Friday.
“Demanding a complete exoneration of Kailash Mansarovar and Tibet from China, Bharat-Tibet Sahayog Manch organised a protest under the Chief of BTSM Vidharbha Prant, Prof. Vijay Kevalramani on October 20 near Reserve Bank Square.” said the report in the Hitavada.
“Along with the complete freedom of Tibet and Kailash Manasarovar, the other objective behind organising this protest is to encourage people to boycott the Chinese goods in the market. When every citizen can not go to war on the borders, it becomes our moral responsibility to embrace Swadeshi goods and exhibit our patriotism. India China war took place in 1962. Certainly what we have learned from war is the need to strengthen our country. China’s policy has always been based upon the principle of extremism. Also in India, the sale of Chineese goods increases heavily at the time of festivals Diwali, Ganesh Chaturthi or Holi etc. In such a scenario, it is the need of an hour that we completely boycott Chinese products.” said Prof. Vijay Kevalramani at the protest rally.
The protest which was also targeted at promoting the use of swadeshi products and demanding the boycott of Chinese goods.
“It would be our biggest mistake of life if even under such circumstances, we continue using Chinese products. Use of Chinese goods is equal to helping China becoming economically stronger.” said Jasvindar Singh Saini while Gunvant Somkuvar also said that China has been attempting illegal infiltration in India which is not good in terms of internal security of the country and he demanded that the Central Government of India take firm measures to stop this infiltration.
Virag Raut, Ahok Gaikwad, Tanha Nagpuri, Adv. Ravi Nakule, Dharmpal Ingle were prominently present at the protest organised by Bharat Tibet Sahayog Manch according to the report.