Lou Qinjian, secretary of the CPC Jiangsu Provincial Committee, called for greater efforts in the protection of the ecology in the Yangtze River by barring economic development and strengthening fishing ban and wildlife protection along the Yangtze. He made the remarks when going on an inspection tour in Nantong city on Wednesday.
When inspecting Junshan Hill, Lou Qinjian spoke highly of the efforts to implement enclosed management in wildlife protection and emphasized the importance of understanding the protection of wildlife from the height of the co-existence between man and nature, implementing relevant laws and regulations, strengthening the power of the rule of law, and giving full play to the systematic nature of law enforcement supervision.
When informed of the city’s progress in the placement of fisherman after returning aquatic breeding farms to the river, Lou asked officials of regional governments to take care of the social security for the fishermen to make them worry-free in life.
During his inspection tour in Zenith Technology Group, Lou Qinjian spoke highly of the efforts the enterprise has made in development through technological innovation, and requested it to strengthen the safety production responsibility system and formulate more targeted measures.
The CPC provincial chief inspected the manufacturing workshop of Unisteel Precise Technology China Co. Ltd where he learned about the implementation of the measures for work safety.
When inspecting Thousand Oaks Biopharmaceuticals Co. Ltd in Haimen County, Lou Qinjian made inquiry into the company’s development mode and work safety measures.
The CPC provincial secretary presided over a symposium and was briefed by deputies to the local congress on the city’s efforts in implementing the protection of the ecology in the Yangtze River by barring economic development and strengthening fishing ban and wildlife protection along the Yangtze.
He pointed out the insufficiencies in the protection of the ecology and the implementation of the fishing ban and wildlife protection along the Yangtze, demanding more awareness from the height of ensuring work safety for people’s lives.
Lou urged greater efforts in wildlife protection by refraining from eating wild animals so as to safeguard people’s health and life and protect the ecology and resources on which human beings depend.
He asked local governments to take people-oriented approaches in the placement of the fishermen after returning aquatic cultivation areas to the Yangtze River to ensure that the fishermen are employed with their livelihood guaranteed properly.
The fishing ban in the Yangtze River and the placement of fishermen after returning aquatic breeding to the Yangtze River is of great significance for the improvement people’s livelihood and the protection of biodiversity in the country's longest river, according to Lou Qinjian.
The CPC provincial chief also asked local governments along the Yangtze River to ensure stable supply of aquatic products and meet the people’s diversified demand.
He demanded further law enforcement efforts to crack down on illegal fishing in the Yangtze River and strengthen the capacity building in fishery administration so as to ensure the implementation of the fishing ban in the Yangtze.
Lou also asked deputies to the local congress to voice the people’s wishes and perform their duties to the expectations of the people by submitting proposals of higher quality.