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Hu Jintao Video: Punishment for touching Jinping’s papers? Why was Hu Jintao expelled from the Chinese Party Congress?

Beijing: The case of forcible expulsion of former Chinese President Hu Jintao from the Party Congress has caught hold. The video of this incident has become a topic of discussion all over the world. Hu Jintao was sitting right next to President Xi Jinping during this event. At first a guard tried to grab Jintao’s hand and pull it. But, when Jintao resisted, the guards retreated for a few moments. During this, Hu Jintao tried to pick up some papers placed before President Xi Jinping. But, the alert Jinping pushed his hands back. Later, the same guard raised Jinton with his hand under his shoulder and took him outside. Jinta’s health was also not looking good at the time of this incident.

What was shown in the viral video
Hu Jintao looks very weak in the video going viral. A paper is seen in his hands. He is seen talking to two men about the panic of the leaders who remained mute spectators throughout the incident. Jintao was seen saying something to Jinping, to which he nodded his head and patted Premier Li Keqiang. After this, Jintao was seen going out with two people but the reason for their evacuation has not been officially given. All CPC meetings are held in a very confidential manner and such incidents are rare.

Hu Jintao is the leader of the anti-Jinping faction
Hu Jintao leads the opposition faction of Xi Jinping in the Communist Party of China. Hu Jintao had raised the voice of protest when Jinping became president for the first time. Xi Jinping took his revenge very well. During his two tenures, he eliminated the pro-Jintao leaders one by one. Even in the state units of the Communist Party, except in Hebei and Guangdong, pro-Jinping leaders hold important positions. At present, apart from Deputy Prime Minister Hu Chunhua, no leader of the Jintao faction holds the top post in the party. There is a possibility that if Jinping does not protest, Hu Chunhua may be made the new prime minister of China. Hu Chunhua is also known as ‘Little Hu’.

who is hu jintao
Hu Jintao is a senior politician of the Communist Party of China. He has served as General Secretary of the Communist Party of China (CCP) from 2002 to 2012, President of the People’s Republic of China (PRC) from 2003 to 2013. Jintao was also the chairman of the Central Military Commission (CMC) from 2004 to 2012. Hu Jintao was also a member of the CCP Politburo Standing Committee from 1992 to 2012. The CCP Politburo is China’s de facto top decision-making body. Hu was the Supreme Leader of China from 2002 to 2012. Hu Jintao came to power through the Communist Party of China. He served as the Party Committee Secretary for Guizhou Province and Tibet Autonomous Region. During this, Jintao undertook severe repression in these areas to quell dissatisfaction with the party and the country. This drew the attention of the top party leaders to Hu Jinta.



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