Senior Communist Party of China (CPC) official Zhou Yongkang Friday called for better services and security work for next month's Paralympic Games during an inspection of Beijing South Railway station.
Zhou, a member of the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee, on Friday toured facilities for the disabled at the station such as lanes for the blind and special lifts.
"We should spare no efforts in providing the best service and maintaining security for the Paralympics," Zhou said.
Zhou then took the Beijing-Tianjin intercity express to the industrial city of Tianjin.
Zhou Yongkang (C), member of the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee, visits a community service center in Nankai district, north China's Tianjin Municipality, during his inspection tour in Tianjin on Aug. 29. 2008.
He inspected restrooms for the disabled on the train, stressing that the disabled should be respected, well cared for and better served.
Zhou said the Paralympics should lead to nationwide improvements for services for the disabled.
In Tianjin, he inspected a community in Nankai District, the Letters and Calls Reception Office in Hebei District and listened to a report on the city's social and economic development and social stability.
Zhou stressed that all security sectors shall continue efforts to maintain social stability and public order during the Paralympics, which will be held from Sept. 6 to 17. Source:Xinhua