Beijing, AP. A member of a prominent Communist Party criticizing Chinese President Xi Jinping for dealing with the Corona virus outbreak is being investigated for suspected violations of the law. The sentinel of the United Government Party gave this information.
Ren Xiciang is the former head of the state-run real estate group and a party member known for his outspokenness on a sensitive subject such as press censorship. He published an online essay in China criticizing the virus outbreak that began in December. Ren was initially in the army at the age of 69. Both his parents were high officials in the Communist Party.
Let us know that earlier also the Chinese police had threatened a group of medical staff about the corona virus, which identified the outbreak of the virus first. Of this, a doctor later died of the corona virus.
At the same time, China, the center of the corona virus, opened to the outside passenger from midnight Tuesday after the lockdown issued from 23 January. Thousands of people gathered at Wuchang station in the city to board the first train after midnight. Airlines to other cities of China will also start from here.
Normal life was restored from April 8 in Wuhan after isolation for more than two months. However, epidemiologists and doctors have warned that this is not the time to lift the ban altogether. Their cause for concern is community-based epidemic control work, corona patients with no symptoms, and the possibility of returning to infection. However, the authorities have asked the people to maintain strict community based monitoring and management and ensure that the infection does not return.