A Chinese News Editor Insults India After The App Ban, Anand Mahindra Gives a Fitting Reply To Him –


An Indian Billionaire businessman and the chairperson of Mahindra Group, Mr. Anand Mahindra , is an active social media personality , who keeps an update for his followers. Mahindra is an extrovert and speak his views without any hesitation.

Recently, after the clash between India and China , Indian government banned 59 Chinese apps including TikTok, UC Browser, Shein and others via Union Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology . This has caused a disturbance online.

Post that, Anand Mahindra got engaged in a war of words with the Editor-in-Chief of the Chinese state-run media, Global Times.


Hu Xijin, the Global Times editor, took to Twitter to respond to the ban placed by the Indian government on Chinese apps.The tweet reads : “Well, even if Chinese people want to boycott Indian products, they can’t really find many Indian goods. Indian friends, you need to have some things that are more important than nationalism,”

Have a look at the tweet below:

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As soon as the Mahindra chairperson saw the tweet , he was quick to respond to Xijin by ‘thanking’ him for the provocation. Assuring the Global Times editor that India Inc will rise to the occasion, Mahindra said, “I suspect this comment might well be the most effective & motivating rallying cry that India Inc. has ever received.”

Checkout his reply below:

Twitterati gave their reactions after Mahindra’s response and slammed Hu Xijin.

Checkout some tweets below:

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On June 15, there took place a violent clash at the Galwan Valley in Ladakh in which 20 Indian soldiers were martyred.This decision of banning the Chinese applications will definitely prove to be a positive one.

This is not the first time that the Global Times has come up with these type of comments . Recently, the English-language Chinese newspaper called help from the United States ‘wishful thinking’ by India.



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