Indian-Americans protested against China on the Times Square in New York

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New York | A large number of Indian-Americans protested against China on the historic Times Square in New York, chanting 'Bharat Mata Ki Jai' and other patriotic slogans. They also sought to boycott China and isolate it at diplomatic level. Indians living in New York and New Jersey and 'Federation of Indian Associations' (FIA) officials shouted slogans like 'Boycott China Made Products', 'Bharat Mata Ki Jai' and 'Stop Chinese Crimes'.

Protesters demonstrated by wearing face masks in the wake of the Corona global epidemic. In their hands were posters of 'We salute the martyred soldiers'. Members of the Tibetan and Taiwanese communities also attended the demonstration. They held posters of 'Tibet stands with India', 'Human rights, religions of minority communities, justice for Hong Kong', 'China stop crimes against humanity' and 'Boycott Chinese goods'.

Community leaders, Prem Bhandari and Jagdish Sehwani, organized the demonstration on Friday. Bhandari, president of 'Jaipur Foot USA' , said that today's India is different from 1962 India. We will not tolerate Chinese aggression and its international bullying. We will give a reply to China's arrogance. He said that the Indian community was deeply distressed by the martyrdom of 20 (Indian) soldiers in a violent skirmish with Chinese soldiers in the Galwan Valley of eastern Ladakh.