'Trump Superfan' burns posters of Chinese leader, Xi Jinping, to boycott China-made products
A man burns Chinese leader Xi Jinping's posters in southern India to boycott Chinese-made products after 20 soldiers were martyred in a violent clash with Chinese troops in Ladakh's Galway Valley on June 15, 2020.
The video was shot on June 19, 2020 in Jangaon, Telangana.
The video shows the man identified as Bussa Krishna and burns the posters of the Chinese leader.
Further in the video you can see him stamping on the poster while hitting it with his shoes.
He is said to be known as the "Trump Super Fan". Previously, he erected a life-size statue of Donald Trump when he visited India.
India is currently in a border dispute with China after the clash of troops, the rage that has spread across the country and whose citizens have opposed Chinese products.
The border clashes triggered a sharp reaction from Indian social media users who used Twitter and other social media platforms to mock China and its president Xi Jinping.
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