Hebei Pingshan’s secretary of the Political and Legal Committee who responded to text messages with "Gun" was suspended and is under investigation

  The Beijing News (reporter Xu Yang) Yin Huiqiang, secretary of the Political and Legal Committee of the Pingshan County Party Committee, Hebei Province, used "rolling" to reply to the masses to report the situation, causing concern.

On the morning of September 15, a reporter from the Beijing News learned from Liu Yongzhi, deputy secretary of the Hebei Provincial Party Committee Political and Legal Committee, that the Shijiazhuang Municipal Party Committee had suspended Pingshan County Party Standing Committee and Secretary of the Political and Legal Committee Yin Huiqiang on the morning of the 14th.

  Liu Yongzhi told reporters that the Shijiazhuang Municipal Party Committee decided to set up two investigation teams, led by the Organization Department of the Municipal Party Committee, with the participation of the Municipal Commission for Discipline Inspection and the Municipal Political and Legal Committee to conduct an in-depth investigation of Yin Huiqiang’s problems; The court and the city's procuratorate participated in a comprehensive investigation of complaints and visits reported by the petitioner Ms. Guan.

Relevant investigation results and handling opinions will be announced to the public in a timely manner to respond to social concerns.

The investigation team is currently stationed in Pingshan.

  The Beijing News previously reported that on the afternoon of the 13th, the Pingshan County Cyberspace Administration reported that Yin Huiqiang's SMS response was improper, saying that the Pingshan County Party Committee convened a standing committee to severely criticize Comrade Yin Huiqiang and ordered him to conduct a deep inspection.

  Yin Huiqiang took the initiative to contact the parties to apologize on the morning of the 14th.

The telephone recording provided by Ms. Guan showed that Yin Huiqiang said that the matter was indeed a misunderstanding.

"I saw (the text message) in the middle of the night. It was just a link, some letters, symbols, and so on. You didn't introduce who you were, so I thought it was a fraudulent text message. I apologize for the improper response and hope you understand."

  Yin Huiqiang said on the phone that the text message she received had only one link, and Ms. Guan believed that this statement was inconsistent with the facts.

She told the Beijing News reporter that the text of the text she sent was about a thousand words, including self-introduction and specific reasons for reflection, and included three web links in the text.

In this regard, she hopes that relevant departments can intervene in the investigation.