#BoycottChineseProducts Trends on Twitter After China Refuses to Back Declaration of Masood Azhar as Global Terrorist at UNSC
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China's decision to block the proposal at the UN to enlist Jaish-e-Mohammed's (JeM) chief Masood Azhar as a global terrorist derived sharp criticism from countries across the globe. As the country continues to receive flak for their stand, Indians have taken to Twitter demanding a boycott on Chinese goods. People took to social media stating that there should be a ban on Chinese goods being sold in Indian markets. A number of Indian companies, firms, brands run or funded by Chinese agencies also came under the radar of the Twitterati. Here’s How China Blocked the Listing of Masood Azhar at the UNSC.

Paytm, TikTok and list of other apps used extensively in India have been listed under Chinese products that need to be boycotted. #BoycottChineseGoods, #BoycottChina, #BoycottPaytm, #BoycottChina, #ChinaBacksTerror are among top trends on Twitter. This is the fourth time that China has blocked the resolution against Azhar since 2009. If China refuses to amend their actions, responsible member-states of the United Nations' Security Council may be forced to pursue other actions, diplomats at the UN’s principal organ have warned. Rahul Gandhi Says PM Narendra Modi Is Scared of Xi Jinping After China Shields Masood Azhar Again, BJP Hits Back.

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The proposal to designate Azhar under the 1267 Al Qaeda Sanctions Committee of the UN Security Council as a global terrorist was moved by France, the UK and the US on February 27.

The development came days after a suicide bomber of the Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) killed 44 CRPF soldiers in Jammu and Kashmir’s Pulwama. The incident led to tensions between the two nations.

JeM claimed responsibility for the terror attack following which Pakistan was accused of breeding terrorists and their organisations.

Meanwhile, some showed the other side of reality.

Aren't we being hypocrites?

A statement issued by the External Affairs Ministry did not identify the "member" of the UNSC which put the proposal on hold, however, sources said it was China. MEA's statement reads, "We are disappointed by this outcome. This has prevented action by the international community to designate the leader of Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM), a prescribed and active terrorist organization which has claimed responsibility for the terrorist attack in Jammu and Kashmir on 14 February 2019. We are grateful for the efforts of the Member States who moved the designation proposal and the unprecedented number of all other Security Council members as well as non-members who joined as co-sponsors."