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Xi Jinping, Chinese President, under house arrest?

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Several media outlets claimed on Saturday that Chinese President Xi Jinping is currently under house arrest and that the army is currently in charge of the nation’s capital Beijing. Neither India TV nor any other reputable Chinese media outlet has independently confirmed the reports.

According to the reports, Beijing has lost access to the outside world and both domestic and international flights into and out of the city have been suspended. According to allegations, President Xi Jinping was removed from his role as the leader of the PLA and placed under house arrest. According to a report by News Highland Vision, the Central Guard Bureau was taken over by the former Standing Committee member Song Ping after ex-Chinese President Hu Jintao and former Prime Minister Wen Jiabao persuaded her to join them. The security of the President and the ruling Communist Party of China’s standing committee is the responsibility of the CGB.

Unverified accounts posted videos to social media that appear to show massive army convoys circling Beijing. Tweets refer to President Jinping’s dismissal. According to the videos, the extensive army convoy is travelling to Beijing and is about 80 km long. According to rumours, on September 22, the PLA was moving military equipment toward Beijing. According to reports, the convoy travelled from Huanlai County, which is close to Beijing, to Zhangjiakou.

According to rumours, members of the Central Committee in Beijing were telephoned as soon as Jintao and Jibao assumed control of the CGB. As a result, Jinping was allegedly detained at the airport upon his return from the SCO summit in Samarkand, Uzbekistan. According to reports, the CGB members have met behind closed doors multiple times over the last 10 days. The same reports also state that Xi’s power was intended to be removed by this action.

Additionally, it is claimed that the former prime minister and president plotted to assassinate Xi Jinping while he was in Samarkand. This resulted from the likelihood that Xi would win the Chinese presidential election for the third time in a row.