If China is trying to humiliate India, there is no need to tolerate it, Nitish Kumar tells PM at all-party meet

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PATNA: JD(U) president and

Bihar CM Nitish Kumar

on Friday said if China is trying to humiliate us (India), there is no need to tolerate it. If China dreams about taking over control on certain parts of Indian land, it would be impossible for them.
He also said that the JD(U) would support any decision of PM

Narendra Modi

on the issues related to recent violent face-off between Indian and

Chinese troops

at Galwan.
Nitish was presenting his party’s view point at an all-party meet convened by the PM to discuss the situation along the Indo-China border following the recent face-off at

Galwan valley

in Ladakh. Altogether, 20 Indian soldiers lost their lives in the violent face-off.
The all-party meeting was organized amid demands from several opposition leaders who were seeking details of the violent face-off between Indian and Chinese troops at Galwan.
“PM Modi has to take a decision. Whatever decision the PM will take, we all are with him,” Nitish said.
Accompanied by his party’s national general secretary (organization) RCP Singh and Munger MP Rajiv Ranjan Singh alias Lalan Singh, the JD(U) chief also said that all political parties should remain united on such issues.
“India shall prosper; we all are united for this purpose. We, all political parties, should remain united. It is the duty of all political parties to support the Centre by remaining united on such issues,” Nitish said. Bihar CM further thanked the PM for inviting him at the all-party meet.
He said, today such an atmosphere is prevailing in the country over the misdeeds of China that everyone in India wants to take revenge from the dragons. He said India always tried to maintain a better relationship with China.
Nitish also pointed out that goods from China flooding Indian markets were causing environmental hazards in India. “Chinese dolls coming in Indian markets are plastic heavy. They aren't even eco-friendly and they harm the environment. Electronic waste associated with them is high. Chinese products don’t even last long,” he said and suggested not purchasing Chinese items from the market.
“We should encourage and promote Swadeshi products. It is also in the priority list of the PM,” Nitish said.

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