China News Service, April 4th. According to the website of the Ministry of Supervision of the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection, Song Lin, Chairman and Secretary of the Party Committee of China Resources Group, is suspected of serious violations of discipline and law and is currently undergoing organizational investigation.

Song Lin, chairman of China Resources, was investigated, and it was reported that the investigation had been blocked for nearly a year. An unnamed person who was close to the incident said that after Wang Wenzhi reported Song Lin last year, the senior leaders had already instructed him to conduct a strict investigation, "but it is said that he has encountered resistance and was'topped' for nearly a year."

On the afternoon of April 4, Xinhua News Agency's "Economic Information Daily" reporter Wang Wenzhi reported Song Linbao's mistress by real name and was suspected of corruption. On April 15, Song Lin issued a statement on the official website of China Resources Group, stating that the content of the report was purely fabricated and malicious slander. But within a day, Song was announced by the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection to investigate.

A reporter from the Beijing News learned that in fact, in addition to Wang Wenzhi, there were many people reporting on Song Lin's suspected violation of discipline and law. The above-mentioned persons close to the incident told the Beijing News reporter that such reports had already begun before being exposed by Wang Wenzhi.

Although Song Lin has fallen, the result is basically clear. But from the process of falling off the horse, it is still worth exploring. It can be said that in the nearly one year since Wang Wenzhi's first report, Song Linzhi's fall from the horse was mainly summarized in two words, that is, "contest."

The first is the "match" between Wang Wenzhi and Song Lin; the second is the "match" between multiple whistleblowers and Song Lin; the third is the "match" between the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection and the "resistors."

Judging from the process and final results of these three kinds of "competitions", it firstly demonstrates the resolute and perseverance of the central government in fighting corruption. It not only shows the firmness that corruption must be punished and investigations must be made, but it also demonstrates the tenacity to confront corrupt elements, never retreat or give up easily.

Second, it shows that anti-corruption has truly entered the deep water zone, and various interests are intertwined, making it increasingly difficult. The main reason for the difficulty lies in the involvement of corrupt groups, which is an attack against corrupt groups and groups.

Previously, Sun Jiaqun, former deputy mayor of Pingxiang City, once said that "if I was arrested, Pingxiang's officialdom would fall a bunch of people." After Song Lin was reported this time, he encountered strong resistance in the case of high-level instructions and rigorous investigations. Is it possible that he fell from the horse and might bring down a group of people? Is it possible that group corruption may also be involved? That's why I tried every means to prevent the investigation.

Of course, it means that the participation of public forces in anti-corruption is highly valued and used very freely. On the one hand, it is a powerful encouragement for real-name reporting, and it can also speed up the investigation and punishment of corruption. Although it is a bit difficult, it is much better than the fact that some corrupt officials can persist for several years or even decades. In addition, it is not easy for the central government to give full play to its wisdom in the use of the Internet, to fully mobilize the power of public opinion and netizens, and to increase publicity.

This also means that the "rule of law and anti-corruption" is becoming more and more urgent. We cannot rely solely on methods such as "reporting and anti-corruption" or even "mistresses and anti-corruption." Obstruct, interfere. This should be the next step in the reform of the discipline inspection system, otherwise there will be more "contests" like Song Lin's, and the results may not be so good.