China expels Xi Jinping’s staunch critic who accused him of provoking conflict with India

China has expelled the lone voice in its supreme body who had requested the government not to follow the path of confrontation with neighbours including India. The ruling China Communist Party (CPC) expelled, Cai Xia, a former professor at the Central Party School, a staunch critic of President Xi Jinping, who accused him among others of “provoking” conflict with other countries, including with India, to divert the attention of the Chinese public from domestic economic and social tensions. This development hints at a virtual dictatorship in the core committee. At the same time, China has increased its military presence in Nepal, with analysts viewing — is Nepal becoming a ‘new Pak’ for China.

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