Indian Cricket stars clamoring to boycott Chinese brands: dont make Chinese profit

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 Indian Cricket stars clamoring to boycott Chinese brands: dont make Chinese profit


Known to every family novel coronavirus pneumonia, cricket player Raina is also a household name in India. When the new crown pneumonia epidemic in India in April this year, many India sports stars were generous, and Raina donated 3 million 100 thousand rupees, about 300 thousand yuan.

Indias Rediff website said that there was a strong call to boycott Chinese products in India, and Laina also made a statement about boycotting Chinese brands: no matter what kind of move India has, I believe the Indian government will do a good job.

Just last week, the Indian Cricket League officially confirmed that the leagues Governing Council would hold a meeting to review all sponsorship contracts and then decide whether to boycott Chinese sponsors. At present, the Chinese brand is the title sponsor of the Indian Cricket League. The contract between the two sides expires in 2022. Considering boycott of the Indian Cricket League, Laina said: I think in terms of the sponsorship contract, the Indian Cricket League Committee can make a decision. Our job is to play and fight for national honor, which is what we are trying to do.

If the Indian government needs it, we will go to the border to support our troops. I want to let all of them know that the whole country is supporting them. Laina revealed that he was born in a military family and knew that it was not easy for soldiers to work and live. However, the cricket star said: China should not get anything from India. It doesnt matter if we dont use Chinese products. So far, a number of Indian stars have expressed their support for boycotting Chinese brands. In addition to cricketer Laina, another famous cricketer, halbajiang Singh, said that he would boycott all Chinese goods. Kumar, a wrestler who won an Olympic medal for India, also said that he should not maintain good relations with China and called on Indian people to boycott Chinese goods. However, the Indian sports officials have not made a formal decision on whether to boycott or not. The Indian Olympic Committee said it would consider boycotting. However, two officials of the Indian Cricket League think it is necessary to keep Chinese funds. If boycotting would cause huge economic losses and even bring lawsuits. Indian media revealed that there are some differences among the officials of the Indian Cricket League on this issue. Source: Netease sports Author: Jiang Feng editor in charge: Lu Ting_ NS5242

If the Indian government needs it, we will go to the border to support our troops. I want to let all of them know that the whole country is supporting them. Laina revealed that he was born in a military family and knew that it was not easy for soldiers to work and live. However, the cricket star said: China should not get anything from India. It doesnt matter if we dont use Chinese products.

So far, a number of Indian stars have expressed their support for boycotting Chinese brands. In addition to cricketer Laina, another famous cricketer, halbajiang Singh, said that he would boycott all Chinese goods. Kumar, a wrestler who won an Olympic medal for India, also said that he should not maintain good relations with China and called on Indian people to boycott Chinese goods.

However, the Indian sports officials have not made a formal decision on whether to boycott or not. The Indian Olympic Committee said it would consider boycotting. However, two officials of the Indian Cricket League think it is necessary to keep Chinese funds. If boycotting would cause huge economic losses and even bring lawsuits. Indian media revealed that there are some differences among the officials of the Indian Cricket League on this issue.