Chinese government hands directly into citizens' pockets; Tanks line up in front of banks;



Video tanks are lined up in front of banks in china: The communist government in China has once again put tanks on the road. On Wednesday, a long line of tanks formed before a bank in Henan province. Due to a decision taken by the Bank of China, thousands of citizens have taken to the streets.



The communist government in China has once again put tanks on the road. On Wednesday, a long line of tanks formed before a bank in Henan province. Due to a decision taken by the Bank of China, thousands of citizens have taken to the streets. The bank has decided that the amount deposited in the bank account by the customers will not be able to be withdrawn. Hence the agitation against the bank started. A large number of customers have gathered outside the bank.



The bank has frozen the accounts of the customers. Customers request to allow withdrawal from this account. People's Liberation Army tanks have been deployed as thousands of consumers have taken to the streets. The government has directly called the army for the security of the bank. It was announced in Henan Province that customers would not be able to withdraw their investments. After that, there was a sensation.


The government immediately deployed the army when consumers took to the streets for their hard-earned money. This government decision brought back memories of an incident 33 years ago. On June 4, 1989, a great massacre occurred in Tiananmen Square. Even at that time, a big movement started. The government brought tanks to the streets and ordered them to crush the protesters directly. The entire world was stunned by this incident.



Banks located in Henan province assured that the amount deposited by the customers would be returned to them by July 15. But only a few customers got the money. The rest of the money was stuck. On July 10, more than a thousand customers protested in front of the Zhengzhoujuho branch. The Bank of China is the central bank of China. This is the biggest protest in China since the bank's decision.

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