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चीन में जिनपिंग का विरोध: 13 अक्टूबर को बीजिंग में सरकार विरोधी प्रदर्शन हुआ, राष्ट्रपति को तानाशाह बताया गया


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On October 16, three days before the start of the China Communist Party (CCP) Congress, demonstrations were held in the capital Beijing against the government, and especially against President Xi Jinping. A young man had put up two banners and also burnt a tire on a busy overbridge in Beijing. It was written in these banners that Jinping is a dictator.

News agency ANI quoted the Geneva Daily News Paper making this claim on Wednesday. The Geneva Daily has given information about this demonstration citing its sources present in Beijing.

6 days later confirmation

  • The CCP Congress began on 16 October. It is being claimed that anti-Jinping banners were put up in Beijing on October 13 or 14. Some people had claimed about this on social media, but foreign media also did not give clear information about this.
  • Now the Geneva Daily has reported that the same young man had performed. He had put up two banners on an overbridge in Beijing. Among them, Jiping was described as a dictator. This young man had also burnt a tire on the bridge.
  • As of now, it is not clear who was the youth protesting against the government and what happened to him. These banners were removed in no time. This kind of performance matters before the CCP Congress. The reason for this is that in this Congress, important decisions on leadership and policy making are taken.
It is being claimed on social media that banners were put up against Jinping on this overbridge in Beijing.

It is being claimed on social media that banners were put up against Jinping on this overbridge in Beijing.

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  • According to the report, many people on WeChat tried to exaggerate this protest against Jinping. It is believed that this young man was angry with the zero covid policy and lockdown in the country. Many people supported him and wrote – We do not want to live as slaves.
  • A few months ago, thousands of people were separated from their families in Shanghai under the zero covid policy. It is claimed about the isolated people that all of them were Kovid positive. The Geneva Daily has also refuted this claim.
  • It has been said in the report that strict action is being taken against those opposing the policies of the government. For this internet content is being censored. People such as social activists Fang Bin, Chen Qiushi and Professor Chen Zhaochi have been silenced.
President Xi Jinping arrives at the 20th Congress on Sunday.  He talked about grabbing Taiwan by force here.

President Xi Jinping arrives at the 20th Congress on Sunday. He talked about grabbing Taiwan by force here.

strict from 2020
According to the report, strictness is being taken on those who raise their voice against the Chinese government since April 2020. These people had expressed suspicion of leaking the virus from Wuhan on social media.

There is a high alert in China due to CCP. It is believed that when the CCP Congress ends on October 22, Jinping will be announced for the third term. He gave a long speech on 16 October. Since then, the media has not been informed about this meeting. The official newspaper Global Times is also silent.

Several police vehicles are stationed at the Beijing overbridge where the protest against Jinping took place. People of police and intelligence agencies in plain clothes are keeping an eye on every move. The people present there who had taken photos of these incidents were deleted. Some people’s WeChat accounts were frozen.

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