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With China remaining non-committal on India's bid for entry into the elite Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG), yoga guru Baba Ramdev on Monday alleged that Beijing's actions are dangerous for New Delhi's unity, integrity and sovereignty while demanding a ban on the Chinese products.
"The nation should boycott Chinese products. China's actions are dangerous for the unity, integrity and sovereignty of the nation," he said.
Ramdev further said it is important to boycott Chinese products so as to teach Beijing a lesson.
China has always been non-committal on India's membership to the NSG, a club of nuclear-trading nations.
During his meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping at the 2016 BRICS Summit, Prime Minister Narendra Modi brought up India's membership of the NSG.
"The PM said we look forward to working with China to realise India's membership. President Xi said a second round of talks (on NSG) will be held very soon and this would be helpful," said Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) official spokesperson Vikas Swarup.
Recognising terrorism as a key issue, India and China have expressed their desire to strengthen security dialogue and partnership and stressed on maintaining strategic communication and dialogue on the subject.
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