Gao Guoliang, deputy director of the Public Security Bureau of Luoyang Yanshui District in Henan, reportedly committed suicide in his office (Photo source: video screenshot)
The mainland media reported today (May 13) that Gao Guoliang, deputy director of the Public Security Bureau of Luoyang Yanshui District in Henan Province, committed suicide in his office. The main person in charge of the political and legal committee of Yanshi District said he committed suicide in an extreme manner.
The newest and most popular of these is the “New York Times”. The main person in charge of the political and legal committee and discipline inspection committee of the Yangshi District Committee said that the incident occurred during the May Day holiday. The main person in charge of the Political and Legal Committee of Yanshui District said that his suicide was extreme, and said that the Public Security Bureau of Luoyang City and the discipline inspection department are verifying the incident.
The official did not explain the reason for their suicide and the specific way to take suicide.
Some netizens left a message saying, “Suicide way extreme? What way?” “Suicide by fear of crime?” “Don’t all say depression,” “will not be suicide for no reason? There should be a big problem here? The company’s main goal is to find out if there are any problems.
Public information shows that Gao Guoliang from 1996 assigned to the former Yanshui City Public Security Bureau work, served as a criminal investigation brigade investigator, deputy lieutenant, lieutenant, police station instructor, director; October 2013 as the former Yanshui City Public Security Bureau detection brigade leader; June 2019 as the Yanshui City Public Security Bureau deputy director.
Gao Guoliang’s last public appearance in the media was on March 18.
In recent years, suicides and unnatural deaths of Chinese Communist Party officials have occurred frequently.
Yesterday, the mainland media “Surf News” reported that Xu Mouchun, a former deputy procurator general of Anhui Province’s Suzhou City Procuratorate, committed suicide by jumping into a river in Nanjing. The police said his remains were recovered from the shore on the 4th. Xu Mouchun had retired in 2019.
On April 7, Li Xu, deputy mayor of Hegang, Heilongjiang Province, died in his office. Officials said that homicide was ruled out, but did not specify the cause of his death.
On March 30, Huang Jianchun, deputy director of the Standing Committee of the Ouhai District People’s Congress in Wenzhou City, hanged himself at home.
On March 13, Sohu, NetEase, and other mainland media reported that Zhu Xinzhong, deputy director of the Anhui provincial government’s counsellor’s office and deputy director of the Anhui provincial CPPCC proposal committee, died in his office earlier this month, but the report was quickly deleted. However, Sina and The Observer kept their reports.
On March 10, Nengwei, a mainland website focusing on energy news, quoted sources as saying that Qiao Baoping, former chairman and party secretary of the Communist Party’s National Energy Group, had recently died. Some unofficial sources said that Qiao Baoping from Inner Mongolia died “unnaturally”. Other sources said that he jumped to his death.
According to some overseas experts, the current situation within the CCP and its ruling society is dark and corrupt as never before, with more suicides among officials than at any other time in history, and more fleeing, attacking each other, and biting each other than during any period of social change.