By Purvi Jain
The country is seeking anger increasingly every day after 20 Indian soldiers who lost their lives in Galwan Valley clash which had created a picture of anti china settlement in the whole country.
Not only the public, but ministers are also seen expressing their outrage in myriad ways. Union Minister, Ramdas Athawale, asked Indians to ban the Chinese food, a bunch of angry Indians smashed televisions that were made in China or it is Jan Adhikar Party Chief, Pappu Yadav, climbing JCB machine in Bihar’s Patna to blacken banners of Chinese mobile phone manufacturers, these were some instances of people adapting different ways to express their outrage against China.
Amidst all this comes in the notice, a strange instance of Asansol, West Bengal where the crowd took a devastating turn as some BJP workers on Thursday burnt the effigy of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un misinterpreting him as the Chinese President Xi Jinping.
A video went viral all over the internet in which a few people sporting BJP facemask were seen protesting against China and the group could be seen very confidently mentioning that they will burn ‘China’s PM Kim Jong Un’s effigies’ mistaking him as the ‘Chinese President Xi Jinping’
The embarrassing video of BJP leaders left people in shock and started trending with the hashtag #kimjongun on twitter. Many termed this happening as a classical case of aggressive anger of people and some are making fun out of it.