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Punjab's cycle industry seeks support from govt to end dependence on China

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Punjab's cycle industry seeks support from govt to end dependence on China

Punjab's cycle industry seeks support from govt to end dependence on China

The cycle industry of Punjab has started a campaign to boycott Chinese goods and products.

They are seeking support and permission from government to import machineries.

It will help the cycle industry to completely end their dependence on China.

People these days are pushing towards boycotting chinese products.

While speaking to ANI, the MD of Avon Cycles, Onkar Singh Pahwa said, "Domestic industry is meeting domestic demand for steel cycles but we don't make high-end alloy cycles here." "If government supports us and gives permission to import machinery, we can also make alloy cycles here and completely end our dependence on China," he added.

The decision came after Indian Army soldiers lost their lives in face off with Chinese troops in Leh on June 16.


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