Chinese post mocking India’s COVID-19 deaths pulled after outrage: report

Chinese post mocking India’s COVID-19 deaths pulled after outrage: report


The Chinese Communist Party’s law enforcement body pulled a posting mocking India’s COVID-19 death crisis following fierce backlash online in China, according to a report. 

The Central Political and Legal Affairs Commission on Saturday posted on its official Sina Weibo account — the Chinese equivalent of Twitter — sharing side-by-side images of a Chinese missile launch next to cremation fires in India.

It was captioned: “China lighting a fire versus India lighting a fire.”

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An accompanying hashtag noted that coronavirus cases in hard-hit India have exceeded 400,000 a day, Bloomberg News reported.

The image on the account, which has 15 million followers, quickly went viral and prompted howls of outrage from users who were angered by the posting. ​

The post by The Central Political and Legal Affairs Commission reads “China lighting a fire versus India lighting a fire.”Sina Weibo

“I don’t think it’s proper for social media accounts of certain Chinese official institutions or other influential forces to mock

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