Rumuors are circulating on the Internet that Jinping has been ousted from his position as General of the People’s Liberation Army. The reason for this rumoured change is not clear, but speculation suggests it may have something to do with Beijing’s strained relationship with Moscow. While it’s too early to tell for certain, we will continue to monitor the situation and update our readers as new information becomes available.
Rumours are swirling online that Chinese President Xi Jinping has been placed under house arrest after his recent trip to the Samarkand Summit of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization. Witnesses say that he was taken from the presidential palace without explanation and replaced as head of the PLA by General Fan Changlong.
Some believe that the Chinese Communist Party is gearing up for a big announcement about their plans for the future. No official confirmation has yet been released, but everyone’s excited to find out what happens next.
Rumours abound that Xi Jinping may be under house arrest in Beijing – something that would come as a shock to many given his recent trip to Samarkand, where he was supposed to have been removed from power and placed under house arrest. However, according to BJP leader and former Cabinet minister Subramanian Swamy, this may actually be the case. Keep your eyes peeled for confirmation – it might just be the scoop of the year!
Twitter was abuzz with rumors that China’s President Xi Jinping had been arrested. Some argued that the PLA had taken control of the army, while others speculated that Li Qiaoming may have been appointed President.
On September 22nd, PLA military vehicles will be travelling from Huanlai County near Beijing to Zhangjiakou City in Hebei Province. The entire procession is expected to be 80 kilometers long, and some say that Xi Jinping was arrested after his CCP superiors removed him as head of the PLA.