The Indian actress Celina Jaitley has come up with an apt response to a Chinese journalist who has tried to make fun of India’s productivity by saying even if China wants to boycott the Indian goods; it’s hard to do that because there aren’t many Indian goods on the Chinese market.
The Indian government banned 59 Chinese apps to protect the privacy of the Indian people after the dispute between the Indian and the Chinese shoulders in the Galway Valley that resulted in 20 Indian soldiers being martyred and a number of casualties being inflicted on the Chinese side as well.
The Indian government’s decision did not go well with the Chinese government and the Chinese media at all, and several comments have been passed over the last few days indicating the Chinese’s restlessness.
A Chinese journalist named Hu Xijin recently published a tweet saying that his Indian “mates” need more important things than “nationalism.”
Well, even if Chinese people want to boycott Indian products, they can’t really find many Indian goods. Indian friends, you need to have some things that are more important than nationalism. pic.twitter.com/6zauhqYbXH— Hu Xijin 胡锡进 (@HuXijin_GT) June 29, 2020
Celina Jaitley, who’s a constant presence these days on social media, didn’t waste too much time quoting Xijin’s tweet. In his message, Celina wrote that Xijin needs to realise that friends don’t kill each other, and the word he should use is “patriotism” because Indians are willing to die for their country.
Celina also cites the same tweet for the second time and told Xijin that BUDDHISM, a religion that has dominated China’s culture for many, many years, has only come from India.
Sir, did you just call us “friend”? PS Friends don’t KILL friends! The word is PATRIOTISM & the difference is we are ready to die for our country & you would rather kill. We chose globalisation YOU chose war & now each of our martyred men will cost you billions. Anyways PEACE !! https://t.co/97iSv1KSAw— Celina Jaitly (@CelinaJaitly) June 30, 2020
Celina added in another tweet
Part 2: One more thing Sir, please note this will cause you a tedious ‘boycott dilemma’.May I remind you that you are forgetting one very important Indian product/export, something that shaped YOUR culture for centuries..Its called BUDDHISM.( Now you may take a moment to ponder) https://t.co/97iSv1KSAw— Celina Jaitly (@CelinaJaitly) July 1, 2020
Celina is one who is part of an army family. Though his father VK Jaitley was a war veteran, his brother currently serves the Indian Army as well.