Guo Shengkun, a member of the Political Bureau of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee, on Saturday urged efforts to get rid of rotten apples in the team, rectify deep-rooted problems, and build a political and legal work team that people trust and can rely on.
Guo, who heads the Commission for Political and Legal Affairs of the CPC Central Committee, made the remarks at a meeting for the initiation of the operation.
Meanwhile, Southwest China's Guizhou Province saw robust growth in tea production and export in 2020, according to data released at the recently concluded Guizhou Tea Industry Development Conference.
Guizhou was home to over 466,666 hectares of tea gardens by the end of 2020, ranking first in China. In 2020, Guizhou's total tea output value hit 50.4 billion yuan (US$7.8 billion), up 11.7 per cent year on year.
A total of 3.4 million people are engaged in tea-related industries in the province, with their annual per capita income hitting 12,351 yuan last year.
Guizhou now houses 270 leading tea-producing enterprises with their annual output reaching 436,000 tonnes.
Tea has become the leading agricultural export product in Guizhou. Last year, the province exported 6,577.7 tonnes of tea leaves. The total export value was over US$230 million, up 91.7 per cent year on year.
The province targets an annual tea production output of 450,000 tonnes in 2021, with tea exports striving to reach US$300 million. - Xinhua