China doesn’t deserve anything from India: Suresh Raina

China doesn’t deserve anything from India: Suresh Raina

Suresh Raina

Indian batsman Suresh Raina has asserted that China does not deserve anything from India. This came after the conflicts between both countries have been heating up at the Line of Actual Control (LAC).


The buzzes for boycotting Chinese products and services are also rising by the minute. Reportedly, 20 Indian soldiers comprising a Colonel were martyred in the violent face-off between both countries.

“There is huge anger due to the loss of our soldiers. Whatever the government is doing, I am sure they will certainly do a good job. It’s very sad that our soldiers have lost their lives. It’s easy for me to sit and speak about them but it’s really tough for the families of these soldiers. The way our soldiers are doing their job on the border, I have no words to praise them,” Raina told ANI.

“Army is very strong and I want to salute each and every person. Firstly it was coronavirus and now the border situation, it seems something is planned. I think our forces are very strong and their guts is really commendable, I feel safe just because of our forces.” he added.

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Indian Premier League’s official Twitter handle has confirmed that the governing body would be meeting next week to inquiry all sponsorship deals, as VIVO is the title sponsor of IPL currently.

“I think regarding sponsorship, BCCI will take the decision. Our job is to play and to make nation proud and that is what we are trying to do, it’s BCCI and government who will take the call if Prime Minister asks us, we will definitely go to the border to help our troops. Each and every soldier of our country should know that whole country is backing them.” Raina said.

“My family background is from the army, I can tell you that the life of soldiers is not easy. China doesn’t matter if we don’t use Chinese products,” he concluded.

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Twenty Indian soldiers were martyred in “violent face-off” with Chinese troops. The Chinese side also suffered heavy casualties while facing the Indian Army.


However, PM Modi has confirmed that neither has anyone intervened in the Indian territory nor has anyone captured any military post.

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