As face-off in Galwan Valley in Ladakh continues, seems like the Chinese themselves have understood the foul plays of its own government being the ignitor of issues that must not exist in the first place.
As per a report, a recent survey conducted by China government-owned mouthpiece Global Times concluded that as many as 51% of people like PM Modi’s government in China, while 49% of people are in favour of Beijing.
The survey further adds that 70% of people think that anti-China sentiments among Indians have increased in recent months. The other 30% believe that the relations between the two countries will improve in the future.
Around 9% of respondents said that the improvement in ties between India and China will not last for long, while 25% said that the relations between the two countries will remain strong for a long time.
Over other things, the improvement in the two countries’ relations is necessary for several Chinese firms operating in India. As of now, Chinese’s Huawei is trying to woo the Indian government by publishing advertisements in various Indian newspapers.
The advertisements claim that India and China share 20-year-old relation and Huawei has always remained committed to the well-being of India.
India on the other hand is trying to part ways from Chinese firms in a phased manner. The government may not have banned these companies like Huawei in India but is asking telecoms in India to stop using Chinese equipment.
It is to be noted that Huawei is already facing a complete ban in the US, UK, Australia and New Zealand has also imposed a partial ban on the Chinese company.