Slogans of boycott of China have been raised across the country after 20 Indian soldiers were martyred in the India-China Stand-Off on the Galwan Valley on June 15 in Ladakh. Meanwhile, preparations have been made to shock China by shoe exporters in Tajanagri Agra. Agra Footwear Manufactures and Export Chamber Affmac has banned the entry of Chinese companies into Meet at Agra. It is an association of shoe exporters, which has prepared to give a blow of about 400 crores rupees to China. At the same time, the contract for the metro train has also been taken away from the Chinese company.
This year, the three-day program of the 14th edition of FMAR will be held in late October. It consists of about 225 companies from the world of machines and components. In addition to Taiwan, Italy, Germany and China, about 20 companies participate. FMAC President Pooran Davar said that in the current situation the organization has decided not to call China. This will affect China’s average turnover of Rs 400 crore.
Agra Metro project contract canceled
The Uttar Pradesh Metro Rail Corporation has dealt a blow to China. According to sources, the Chinese company has been disqualified for the Kanpur and Agra metro project and the contract to build the metro train has been awarded to the Bombardier India Company. The company’s Gujarat-based plant will supply Agra and Kanpur metro trains, which will strengthen the ‘Make in India’ campaign. For this, Chinese company CRRC Nanjing Pujhen Limited had also tendered, but due to technical flaws, the Chinese company was disqualified. Bombardier Transport India Private Limited There is an Indian consortium (group of companies).