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Jinping expelled a business tycoon, Ren Zhiqiang

The ruling Communist Party of China has reprimanded a business tycoon just because he was outspoken about the Jinping regime in the nation. Ren Zhiqiang is a prominent property business tycoon who levies allegations and denounced their infamous leader. Xi Jinping, on this act of his, declared his criminal prosecution. Furthermore, escalating its efforts to crush the rise of disagreement among the people with high repute and aristocrats.

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On Thursday, The Communist Party of China issued an order for his expulsion. The party said that it had already confiscated all his belongings claiming the act to be “serious violations of discipline and law”. His assets also included the possession of golf club memberships. The government officials also targeted the tycoon’s family, accusing him of “colluding with his children to accumulate wealth without restraint.”

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The steps taken against the 69-year-old business tycoon are now sending chills over the country. It appeared to be a trigger warning to the other entrepreneurs, aristocrats, and elite business holders to not go against the ruling party. The move demonstrated Jinping oath to use Mr. Ren as an example. An example that no person in the nation was above the party’s demands of unflinching political loyalty and anybody who may go against it will suffer the consequences.

The outspoken man was alleged of being a culprit in demeaning the leaders as well as China’s reputation. Doing this denounced the prideful history of the ruler and his military. And not respecting and abiding by the same is disloyal to the government. Ren Zhiqiang is a reputed and old member of the communist party. He is also the former chairman of Huayuan Properties. Huayuan Properties is a real estate development firm. It was in March that the courageous man was detained after negatively condemning the leader’s decisions to tackle the pandemic and government policies to deal with the coronavirus outbreak.

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