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CM ‘silent’ on Brahmapuram, but talks China: Protests against Pinaryi’s tweet for congratulating Chinese President

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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Protests are intensifying against Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan's tweet congratulating Xi Jinping, who has been re-elected as the President of China. Criticism and protests are intensifying for greeting the president of a country that frequently tries to infiltrate the Indian border and attack our soldiers. The protests are for his silence on the fire in Brahmapuram waste plant. Many people have protested under the tweet. This care shown to the Chinese president should have been shown to his own country, people asked.

"Revolutionary greetings to President Xi Jinping who has been re-elected as the President of the People's Republic of China. China's emergence as a leading voice in global politics is certainly commendable. Best wishes for continued efforts to achieve a more prosperous China,’ said the chief minister's tweet.

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