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Pinarayi Vijayan has time to tweet wishing Xi Jinping on his re-election, but silent over Brahmapuram tragedy

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Kochi. A section of Twitter users has taken to the social media platform to demand that Chief Ministe Pinarayi Vijayan speak up on the Brahmapuram issue. The demand was made in response to the CM’s tweet wishing greetings to Xi Jinping on his re-election as the President of China.

Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan has sent revolutionary greetings to Xi Jinping on his re-election as the President of China for the third time. In a tweet, the Chief Minister commended China’s prominent role in world politics and wished success in the President’s efforts for a smarter China.

The tweet from the Pinarayi Vijayan comes at a time when India and China are dealing with a border dispute, which has led to tensions between the two countries.

The Brahmapuram issue has been a contentious one in Kerala, with people in the region facing numerous problems as a result of it. Critics of the Pinarayi Vijayan regime have accused it of being lukewarm in its approach to resolving the issue.

Many Twitter users also used the opportunity to question whether Xi Jinping was democratically elected as president. The demands for the CM to break his silence on the Brahmapuram issue continue to grow on the platform.

Tweeter user Sreejith Panickar said, What revolution? His treatment of Muslims? Since 2014, the Uyghur Muslims are being persecuted in Xi’s China. More than 15000 mosques are razed down. Shameful that you say China has prominent voice in global politics. Don’t you know whose voices they want to suppress? Loyalties!

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