Your view: How should India respond to China's aggression?

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India has taken strong exception to China claiming sovereignty over the Galwan Valley in eastern Ladakh, calling it ‘exaggerated and untenable’. India delivered a strong message to China that the ‘unprecedented’ incident in the Galwan Valley will have a ‘serious impact’ on the bilateral relationship and held the ‘pre-meditated’ action by Chinese army directly responsible for the violence that left 20 Indian soldiers dead.

While the first round of talks between Major Generals of both countries remained inconclusive, anger in the country against Chinese aggression is intensifying. Indian protesters took to the streets and burnt effigies of President Xi Jinping, vandalised Chinese products and demanded boycott of Chinese goods.

In this scenario, how do you think India should respond to China's aggression? Through diplomacy or by boycotting Chinese products? Or should India’s response be fiercer?

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