Chinese President Xi Jinping is currently under house arrest, several media reports on Saturday claimed, with the capital Beijing currently under military control. The reports have not been confirmed by credible Chinese media, or independently confirmed by India TV.
The report also claims that international and domestic flights from Beijing have been suspended and the city has been cut off from the rest of the world. Claim that yoga President Xi Jinping He was placed under house arrest after his removal as PLA chief.
A report by News Highland Vision said that former Chinese President Hu Jintao and former Premier Wen Jibao persuaded Song Ping, a former member of the Standing Committee, to join them and take control of the Central Guard Bureau. The CGB is responsible for the security of the President and the Standing Committee of the ruling Communist Party of China.
Beijing leading army convoy?
Videos released on social media from unverified accounts show huge army convoys moving around Beijing. The tweet mentions that President Xi Jinping has been fired.
The videos add that the huge army convoy is about 80 kilometers long and heading towards Beijing. Rumors suggest that PLA military vehicles were on their way to Beijing on September 22. The convoy started from Huanlai County, near Beijing, and ended in Zhangjiakou City.
Xi detained at airport: Report
Rumors spread as soon as Jintao and Jibao took control of the CGB, Central Committee members in Beijing were told by phone. As a result, Xi Jinping was allegedly detained at the airport He returned from Samarkand, Uzbekistan, where he attended the SCO Summit. Reports said that the CGB members held several closed-door meetings in the last 10 days. The same report added that the move was aimed at wresting power from Xi.
It is also being said that the former Prime Minister and President conspired against the President while Xi Jinping was in Samarkand. This is the result of the possibility of Xi becoming the Chinese president for a third consecutive term.
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