Celina Jaitly Schools An Editor Of An English-Language Chinese Newspaper For His Snide Remarks, Says: 'Friends Don’t KILL Friends'

As the government imposed a ban on Chinese Apps, an editor in English-language Chinese newspaper made some derogatory remarks and this did not go down well with Celina Jaitly who schooled him with a befitting reply

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Celina Jaitly Schools An Editor Of An English-Language Chinese Newspaper For His Snide Remarks, Says: 'Friends Don’t KILL Friends'
With the ongoing tension between India and China at the LAC in Ladakh, the government has decided to ban 59 Chinese apps which include TikTok, UC Browser, Shareit, Helo, Likee, Shein and many more. After the decision was announced, reactions on the move started pouring in on social media. Even some celebs from the Indian film fraternity reacted the same on their social media handles. This time Bollywood actress Celina Jaitly was not only seen commenting on the ban but also schooled an editor-in-chief of an English-language Chinese newspaper who was seen making snide remarks on the country. Her reply to him will make you want to say 'well done.'
 
In the midst of all this, Hu Xijing who is editor-in-chief of an English-language Chinese state-owned newspaper shared a screenshot of an Indian daily and wrote how China cannot find Indian goods in the market, should they decide to boycott too, the tweet read, "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." However, this did not go well with Celina who decided to give it back and tear him apart with a class reply. 
 
The No Entry actress quoted his tweet and wrote, "Sir, did you just call us “friend”? PS Friends don’t KILL friends! The word is PATRIOTISM & the difference is we are ready to die for our country & you would rather kill. We chose globalisation YOU chose war & now each of our martyred men will cost you billions. Anyways PEACE !!" 
 

She again wrote another tweet for his giving more of her piece of mind as her tweet read, "Part 2: One more thing Sir, please note this will cause you a tedious ‘boycott dilemma’. May I remind you that you are forgetting one very important Indian product/export, something that shaped YOUR culture for centuries..Its called BUDDHISM. (Now you may take a moment to ponder)"


Image source: Instagram/ celinajaitlyofficial
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