National Desk: Shiv Sena criticized the central government saying that after the deadlock on the border there is a call for boycott of Chinese products on the one hand and some apps of that country are banned while on the other side India's largest in 2020. It emerges as a business partner. The party alleged that the government is once again laying the red carpet for Chinese companies but it should not forget that China is an unreliable and untrustworthy neighbor.
The Sena wrote in an editorial published in its mouthpiece Saamana, that tensions on the border between India and China eased last week. Tensions in the trade relations between the two countries seem to be diminishing. It is likely that 45 Chinese companies will be allowed to operate in India. In short, it seems that the Modi government's tough stance against Chinese companies and their investments is loosening up after the Kovid-19 epidemic. The party said that political and diplomatic relations with other countries are changing according to the circumstances. .
Saamana asked, "Is it a coincidence that the Center has also softened its stand on trade with China after easing tensions at the border?" The editorial wrote that the border conflict had become severe for the past eight months, following the aggression of China leading to violent clashes in the Galvan Valley. India and China reached an agreement to withdraw troops in eastern Ladakh last week, but soon it came to light that the trade relations between the two countries started to melt. Uddhav Thackeray's party said that China is the most trustworthy and unreliable neighbor. For business, it has taken a soft approach to the border but once the objective is met, it can then take action on the border causing problems.
The article said, last year India discontinued 59 Chinese apps, including TicketLock. Some agreements with China were canceled, curbing Chinese investment in India and encouraging self-sufficient India and nationalism. "The Modi government had announced how it would stop China .... But what really happened in eight months is that the red carpet has been laid for 45 Chinese companies," Samana wrote. Shiv Sena said, "It has become clear from the data of the Ministry that the air of nationalism which has filled the big balloon has been erupted by banning Chinese products, apps and invoking Swadeshi."