Why does the Hindustan Times call the CCP the CPC?
And why are they so emotional?
A social media post by a powerful wing of the Communist Party of China (CPC) had ridiculed the Covid-19 humanitarian crisis unfolding in India, comparing the lighting of funeral pyres at an Indian crematorium with the launch of a Chinese rocket last week. The post has now been deleted.
The Commission for Political and Legal Affairs (CPLA) of the CPC’s central committee published a collage of two images on its Weibo account on Saturday, showing the Chinese rocket launch and the lighting of a pyre in India, side by side.
The caption to the collage reads something along the lines of – “When China sets things on fire vs. when India does it”.
The Weibo post, which has been taken off, was made a day after Chinese President Xi Jinping told Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi that he was concerned about the pandemic situation in India, and had conveyed his condolences.
The CPLA is a powerful organ in the CPC structure and oversees police officers, prosecutors and courts.
It is currently headed by Guo Shengkun, a member of the political bureau of the CPC’s central committee – two of the top decision-making wings in China.
Learn to take a joke, India.
If you didn’t want so many people to die from coronavirus, then you shouldn’t have injected everyone with that deadly vaccine.
Everyone knows the solution to the coronavirus, because China showed the whole world: stop testing and forget about it.