Anti-Lockdown Protest in China: Lockdown restrictions have to be imposed in some areas in the fear of increasing corona infection once again in China. Meanwhile, protests have started against this action of the administration. People said that they needed freedom from the lockdown to fulfill their work and needs. These protests are taking place in China at a time when once again Corona is spreading its foot there. In such a situation, the concerns of Chinese President Xi Jinping have increased.
protest in northwestern china
On Thursday this week, a massive fire broke out in Urumqi, the capital of Xinjiang region in northwestern China. After which people got angry. Many have blamed the prolonged Covid lockdown for hampering rescue efforts. On the other hand, on Sunday, there was a fierce protest against the lockdown becoming a hindrance in extinguishing the fire in Urumqi at the Mandarin in Shanghai. People blocked the Wollumuki road there. During this, people had a heated argument with the police officers who reached the spot to pacify the protest.
protests in beijing
China’s hardline strategy to contain the corona virus has become a cause of public dismay. Hundreds of people took to the streets in Beijing and Shanghai on Sunday to protest against the lockdown in protest against China’s zero-covid policy. Hundreds of people rallied at Beijing’s elite Tsinghua University on Sunday to protest against the lockdown. University students protested at 11:30 am at the entrance of the canteen by putting up sign boards in support of the protest. According to a report, around 200 to 300 people participated in this protest. During this, the people involved in the protest raised slogans of No Lockdown and We Want Freedom.
Protest in Shanghai too
An international news agency report said hundreds of people gathered in downtown Shanghai on Sunday afternoon. People protested there silently. Protesters stood silently at several intersections carrying blank papers and white flowers. People were seen holding bouquets of yellow flowers at many different places. A man is shown being dragged into a police car at an intersection.
Slogans raised for Xi Jinping, step down
Protests took place in several major areas of China on Sunday. Crowds gathered on Wulumuqi street in Shanghai hours earlier. In Mandarin, protesters in the name of Urumqi chanted “Xi Jinping, step down! CCP, step down!” Raised slogans of The top leadership of the Chinese Communist Party supported this protest. Similar smaller protests were also reported from Xi’an, Guangzhou and Wuhan.
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clash between people and police
People-police clashes also took place during the protest. But overall the behavior of the police was said to be decent. According to media reports, several eyewitnesses said that many people were taken away by the police. However, Shanghai police did not respond to an AFP request for comment.
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