military coup in China Xi Jinping under house arrest, General Li Qiaoming next President say social media rumours

Social media is abuzz with the rumours of Chinese President Xi Jinping being put under house arrest, and a possible coup taking place in the country, a week after two of its former minister were sentenced for corruption a highly controversial decision in nation’s history.

As per thesocial media posts, many by experts across the fields from China itself, an unprecedented military movement was seen towards Xi Jinping’s residence in Beijing. Military vehicles were seen making a movement close to Xi’s residence. A few puported videos of such movements have also gone viral on social media. However, their is no official confirmation on the same.

HANGZHOU, CHINA – SEPTEMBER 04: Chinese President Xi Jinping (right) shakes hands with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to the G20 Summit on September 4, 2016 in Hangzhou, China. World leaders are gathering in Hangzhou for the 11th G20 Leaders Summit from September 4 to 5. (Photo by Lintao Zhang/Getty Images)

A number of social media users from china said that a coup was almost confirmed as the country, without giving any specific reason, cancelled over 9000 domestic flights. Some even said that military chief General Li Qiaoming is set to become next President.

“PLA military vehicles heading to #Beijing on sep 22. Starting from Huanlai Country near Beijing & ending bin Zhangjiakou City, Hebei Province, entire procession as long as 80KM. Meanwhile rumor has it that #XiJinping was under arrest after #CCP seniors removed him as head of PLA, “a Twitter user who goes by the name Jennifer Zeng said.

“Something big is happening in China. Maybe a coup. 6000 flights have been canceled and there is big military movement going on, “a social media user who goes by the name of Steve Smith said.

“#Xib Jinping I had predicted coup in China by Chinese General a few day back,” a user who goes by the name of RS Johar said.

Flight Cancellations

Based on the report of The Epoch Times, Flight Master said that 9583 flights were cancelled nationwide on September 21. The flights cancelled were 59.66 percent of the total scheduled flights on the day. It is to be noted that Flight Master serves as a source of information on flight, ticketing, and travel services in the country. Moreover the reports said that some of the air tranport hubs in China had a cancellation report of over 50 percent.

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