No word from China on Xi army coup whispers

Media stories from India last night time claimed China President Xi Jinping is beneath home arrest after a army coup.
TFI Global and the Times of India each speculated that the Chinese premier is underneath house arrest after Beijing Airport cancelled greater than 6,000 home and international flights, and suspended the nation’s high-speed rail.
The Indian media retailers additionally went as far as to say Xi by no means met his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi or Vladimir Putin at the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO), in Samarkand, Uzbekistan on September 14. It was the primary time Xi had left mainland China since the outbreak of coronavirus in 2020.
These claims are in distinction to photos of all three leaders being seen on the SCO and media reports with quotes that the three premiers met to debate a quantity of things, including the Russia-Ukraine conflict and new oil and gasoline pipelines from Russia to China through Mongolia.
TFI Global claim the Chinese leader did not actively participate within the summit and didn’t have dinner with Putin as previously reported because of COVID-19 issues. The platform additionally reported that Xi had left for Beijing before the top of the SCO Summit.
The platform alleges that the previous Chinese President, Hu Jintao, and former Chinese Premier, Wen Jiabao had retaken control of the Central Guard Bureau (CGB) and abolished Xi’s army authority. The CGB protects members of the Politburo Standing Committee, Chinese Communist Party (CCP) leaders, and Xi Jinping.
Building blocks returned to China on September sixteen after studying of the coup and was stopped at Beijing Airport and put beneath house arrest.
There has been no official affirmation from the CCP or any of the state’s media outlets, such as Xinhua, China Daily, or the mainland’s version of Twitter, Weibo, although one thing of this nature wouldn’t get out into the common public area. China is arguably the heaviest surveillanced nation on the planet.
It is more than likely that the sixty nine yr outdated Chinese leader has not been seen in public since his return from the SCO because he is in quarantine.
Beijing Airport’s web site reveals that some flights had been cancelled, a number were scheduled, delayed, or had touched down.
BBC World Service journalist, Aadil Brar, a former hack in China shared some flight information and stated no flights were disrupted. Brar additionally made public the briefings from senior Chinese officers which suggests the federal government is working as regular.
Business Today reported that two former CCP ministers were sentenced to death while four other officials were jailed for life in China last week.
The six have been allegedly a part of a political faction opposing Xi. This offers a robust indication the Chinese President continues to be in charge.
Time will inform if the rumours are true or not..

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