"Chinese goods take a beating" seems to be the rallying point for the Pocket 1 Sector 14 RWA of Dwarka. It has been distributing pamphlets, putting up notices inside the society, and even a banner at the main gate of the pocket. They have been visiting weekly markets to make the local community aware of the campaign.
RWA president SS Chauhan said, "We have been doing the rounds of the weekly market — talking to people, making them aware of the drive. We want people to boycott Chinese products this Diwali. Not just shoppers, we are trying to sensitise vendors as well."
Speaking about the response so far, RWA general secretary Anupam Yashovardhan said, "The residents seem to be supporting the initiative — the response has been good."