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Japan: Indians, Taiwanese, others protest against Chinese President Xi Jinping's 'dictatorial style of working'

Author: Manjeet Singh Negi
Publication: India Today.in
Date:  June 28, 2020
URL:      https://www.indiatoday.in/india/story/japan-protest-against-china-president-xi-jinping-hachiko-statue-tokyo-1694930-2020-06-28

The protest was done with the demand to replace Xi Jinping with a "responsible leader who shall be democratically elected by the Chinese people".

Several Human rights activists of various nationalities and regions including, Japanese, Indians, Taiwanese, Tibetans and others had gathered at famous Hachiko statue near Shibuya station in Tokyo, Japan in protest against Chinese President Xi Jinping's 'dictatorial style of working'.

This protest has occurred within the context of Chinese President Xi Jinping being criticised around the world for a dictatorial style of working - a trait which is unbecoming of an aspiring world leader.

The protest was done with the demand to replace Xi Jinping with a "responsible leader who shall be democratically elected by the Chinese people".

Since the past few years, it is quite evident that the highly ambitious Xi Jinping is aggressively trying to expand and encroach territories of all its neighbours including Japan, Philippines, Vietnam, India, Bhutan and South China Sea, East China Sea etc, either by force or by grand, opaque and dubious Belt and Road Initiatives (BRI) and One Belt One Road (OROB) projects.

It is noteworthy, that while denying democracy to Chinese citizens, Xi Jinping is trying everything within his means to suppress the genuine voices of pro-democracy youth activists in Hong Kong which is beset with pro-democracy protests for over a year now.

Till the 1950s, Tibet used to be a beautiful peace-loving Buddhist country which has been swallowed by Chinese expansionism. On other hand, a highly advanced and progressive country such as Taiwan is also facing various pressure tactics from China and was recently denied representation at World Health Organisation (WHO) at China's behest, even though Taiwan was one of the two countries in South East Asia, other being Vietnam which put forward a brilliant counter-strategy to combat the spread of Covid-19.

Had the WHO paid heed to the early alarm raised by Taiwanese health authorities regarding Covid-19, the global devastation brought upon by Covid-19 would have had a better way of approach. Within this context, Xi Jinping's surreptitious handling of Covid-19 and lack of transparency has raised eyebrows from all over the globe against him.

Xi Jinping, like a typical dictator, has manipulated the Chinese Communist system to secure himself as a lifelong Chinese president. Even Chinese citizens are also at the receiving end, and, going by the huge support being received by the protestors in Hong Kong, some even want to get rid of him.

The entire world is joining hands and uniting in its fight against Covid-19 where many countries have exchanged medicines and other medical equipment, either at subsidised rates or for free on humanitarian grounds. However, many countries have complained of receiving faulty equipment including faulty test kits from China. This may be due to genuine quality control issues, however, what is more shocking is that under the given situation the People's Liberation Army (PLA) under Xi Jinping's leadership has been caught initiating unprovoked violence in Galwan valley, Ladakh, violating the agreement between India and China.

Based on various media reports and intelligence inputs, this bloody fight led to the martyrdom of 20 Indian soldiers and perhaps also inflicted over 40 casualties in PLA soldiers. While the world's biggest democracy, India, has duly disclosed the details of the casualties at the Indian side and paid rich tributes to all the martyrs, China, under Xi Jinping, has been again caught for hiding the casualties on its side. To hide Chinese humiliation by Indian soldiers, Xi Jinping's regime has not even paid tributes to its soldiers who were martyred to fulfil Xi Jinping's ambitions.

 
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