Doklam standoff: Chinese state media releases racist propaganda video to mock India

Updated On : 17 Aug , 2017 , 08:15 PM
Doklam standoff: Chinese state media releases racist propaganda video to mock India (Screen grab)
Doklam standoff: Chinese state media releases racist propaganda video to mock India (Screen grab)
New Delhi:

A Chinese state-run media outlet, Xinhua which is considered as a mouthpiece of the ruling Communist Party on Wednesday released a racist propaganda video criticizing India over the border dispute in Doklam plateau.

The video with a title "seven sins of India" features a Chinese actor wearing a turban and fake beard in an apparent representation of a Sikh man.

The video called Prime Minister Narendra Modi a "thick skinned" and said India is behaving like "a robber who had just broken into your house and refused to leave.

"Following the Doklam standoff, a series of rhetoric full of apprehension and peril started from the Chinese side. The racist video is also a part of Chinese media's propaganda.

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It’s been around two months, the Asian rivals India and China are locked in a border dispute in Doklam plateau near a junction between India, China and Bhutan.

The border standoff started after Indian army tried to stop a road construction by Chinese near the Doklam (also known as Donglang in China) - an area claimed by both Bhutan and China.

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First Published : Thursday, August 17, 2017 08:01 PM
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