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People in China demand President Jinping's resignation, people are protesting across the country

Pankaj Prasad
Chinese President Xi Jinping
Chinese President Xi Jinping

Xi Jinping has become the first Chinese President to be asked by the Chinese people to step down.

Xi Jinping has become the first Chinese President to be asked by the Chinese people to step down. This is not the first time that Jinping is facing the wrath of the people. Even before this, the people of China have taken to the streets against Xi Jinping on many issues. Now people are protesting across the country demanding his resignation in protest against Xi Jinping's strict Covid measures.

Not only this, people raised slogans on the streets , demanding the end of the one-party rule of the Communist Party of China (CCP). People who took to the streets chanted "Resign, Xi Jinping! Resign, Communist Party!" Slogans have been raised and also said that we do not want a ruler for life. We don't want such a king. It is believed that the CCP is not able to maintain its grip on the people properly and the main reason for the anger of the people is not handling the Covid-19 epidemic properly.

The lockdown harmed people's livelihoods People have asserted that anti-virus measures implemented under the zero-covid policy of the Xi-led government have failed to contain the pandemic and harmed their freedom, health and livelihood Have delivered Notably, China has been following stringent restrictions, including lockdowns and travel restrictions.

Political coup may happen

Given the current situation, the people's demand for Xi Jinping's resignation is extraordinary and may lead to political coup. Reports have claimed that the ongoing situation in China could result in a political coup by top CCP leaders and rivals of Xi Jinping.

Students take to the streets against Jinping in Beijing

Students protest against Xi and the CCP government at Tsinghua University in Beijing and chant slogans such as democracy and the rule of law, freedom of expression. Similar protests have been witnessed across China, including in Shanghai, Wuhan, Urumqi, Chengdu and Guangzhou, where large numbers of young people took to the streets against Xi Jinping.