Two generals of China’s military investigated

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BEIJING, November 13 (ChinaMil) — Two former major generals have been investigated recently according to China’s military authorities on November 13, 2015.

Wu Ruizhong, former deputy political commissar of the Engineering University of the PLA Secondary Artillery Force, was probed on suspicion of serious disciplinary violations by the Commission for Discipline Inspection of China’s Central Military Commission (CMC), and the suspected crime issues and clues have been transferred to the military procuratorates.

Qu Mutian, former deputy commander of the traffic troops of the Chinese People’s Armed Police Force, was probed on suspicion of serious disciplinary violations by the Commission for Discipline Inspection of the Chinese People’s Armed Police Force with the approval of the Commission for Discipline Inspection of China’s CMC, and the suspected crime issues and clues have been transferred to the military procuratorates.

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