Xi Jinping House Arrest: Hustle in Social Media, Xi Jinping under house arrest, what is the truth?

Publish Date: 25 Sep, 2022 |

There is a rumour on social media that the Chinese President has been placed under house arrest. It is being claimed that recently when Xi Jinping was at Uzbekistan's Samarkand SCO Summit, he was removed from the post of army chief. However, so far neither the Communist Party of China nor the state media has denied it. Several Chinese social media handlers say he has been placed under house arrest after Chinese Communist Party seniors removed him as the head of the People's Liberation Army (PLA).

BJP leader talks about the rumours

Senior BJP leader and Rajya Sabha MP Subramanian Swamy also tweeted in this regard, after which the sensation spread further. Along with the hashtag #XiJinping, hashtags related to China and its military continued to trend on Twitter. However, there has been no response from the Chinese government or the Chinese state media.

Subramanian Swamy tweeted that the rumours being spread on social media need to be investigated . Is Xi Jinping under house arrest in Beijing? It is said that when Xi was recently in Samarkand, the Chinese Communist Party leaders removed him from the post of army chief. Then he was placed under house arrest. There are such rumours on social media, which should be investigated.

Videos from China surfaced

Videos from China are being surfaced in which several army vehicles can be seen circling Beijing. These videos claimed that an 80 km long procession of army vehicles was taken out. The procession began in Huanlai County near Beijing and ended in Zhangjiakou City in Hebei Province. Jennifer wrote in her post that it is rumoured that Jinpinh has been arrested after CCP superiors removed him from the post of head of the PLA. 


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