The picture on Taiwan’s website, Lord Ram targets China dragon

After the clash between India and China on the border of Ladakh, war is now going on between the two countries on social media. A picture is going viral on social media, showing that Lord Rama of India has raised a bow and arrow to kill the dragon of China.

In this picture that is going viral on social media, it is written that we destroy, we kill, we kill, we kill. In this, Lord Rama is drawing arrows on the bow and pulling it upwards. Whereas, the Chinese dragon is looking at them from below.

First, it tweeted the picture by Hong Kong’s social media site LIHKG. After that, the Twitter handle named Hosaili. After this, this picture started running fast on Twitter.

Let us tell you that there was a clash between the soldiers of India and China in the Galvan Valley of Ladakh. After which 20 soldiers including a colonel of India were martyred. On the other hand, there are reports of 30 soldiers killed on the Chinese side too. But no confirmation of this is done from the Chinese side.

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Taiwan News had put a news article on its site. On which was written India’s Rama Tex on China’s Dragon. This picture was put in it. It has since been tweeted by LIHKG and then Hostile.

Not only this but the Chinese media website Global Times has also taken an aggressive stand. They are showing the conditions and stories of India very fast. Doing pictures of missiles and videos on restaurants.

The conflict between Taiwan and China has been going on since 1948. Both countries are opposed to each other. When this matter came up between India and China, the Taiwanese media showed Lord Ram of India killing the dragon of China.

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Now a lot of tweets and retweets are being done on social media regarding this illustration of Taiwan News. People are congratulating Taiwan. Some people are saying thanks.

Seeing this illustration from the Taiwan News website, Twitter handles Gappistan Radio has written that how to say thanks to Taiwan, they do not even need HCQ.