Tibetans protesting Xi Jinping's visit to Chennai, police arrested
Tibetans protesting Xi Jinping's visit to Chennai, police arrested

Chennai: Chinese President Xi Jinping has reached India. He will stay at ITC Grand Chola, Chennai. Meanwhile, five Tibetans protesting Jinping's tour of India outside the hotel have been arrested by the police. Prior to Xi Jinping's visit to India, some Tibetans staged a massive protest in Chennai. After which the police took action and detained five Tibetans. All gathered there to oppose Xi Jinping.

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