At least 10 people have died in a building fire in northwestern China's Xinjiang region. Since then, people's anger has flared up towards China's Kovid policy. Beijing is facing public anger over its harsh policy to prevent corona infection. At midnight, a large number of protesters gathered on Urumqi Road. They were demonstrating with flowers, candles and posters saying "Urumqi, 24 November, peace to the dead". Here the police took action against the protesters using pepper spray.
According to the report of the news agency Reuters, in the video that went viral on social media, people have been shown protesting against the anti-covid policy on the streets of Urumqi. The protest claimed that due to the strict rules of Kovid-19, there was a hindrance in the rescue operations of the people trapped in the fire. Apart from this, the people present in the building could not escape in time as the building was partially closed. Let us tell you that at least ten people were killed and nine others were injured after a fire broke out in a residential building in Urumqi, the capital of the North West Region.