Han Zhubin

Han Zhubin (1932- ), native of Harbin, Heilongjiang Province.

Deputy secretary of CPC Central Commission for Discipline Inspection; procurator-general of Supreme People's Procuratorate.

Han Zhubin graduated from the Beijing Economics Correspondence University. Joined CPC in 1950. From 1946 to 1950, he was a worker and train captain under the Harbin Railways Administration. Han served as director of the Liuzhou Railways Administration and of the Shanghai Railways Administration. Before he was promoted to minister of Railways in 1992, he was vice secretary of the ministry's party group and concurrently director of its political department and secretary of the discipline inspection commission.

When Han's appointment was sent to the Ministry of Railways on September 3, 1992, he was in the remote Northwest discussing the double-tracking of the Lanzhou-Urumqi Railway with the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Regional Government.

In early September 1992, Han Zhubin shuttled between Xinjiang and Gansu, organizing and urging workers to double-track the 1,622-km-long line from Lanzhou to Urumqi.

Late that month, he was in Southwest China discussing with leaders of Sichuan Province the construction of a second rail line from Baoji to Chengdu in a bid to mount a large-scale railway project in Southwest China as soon as possible.

In early October, he went to East China to iron out difficulties in building the Beijing-Kowloon Railway Trunk which links North, East and South China.

Han Zhubin was promoted to minister of Railways in September 1992, and retained his portfolio at the First Session of the 8th NPC in March 1993.

He was elected procurator-general of Supreme People's Procuratorate at the first session of the 9th National People's Congress in March 1998.

He was elected president of 2nd Council of Chinese Association of Prosecutors, Dec. 1999.

Han became member of 14th and 15th CPC Central Committees, 1992 and 1997.

He was elected deputy secretary and Standing Committee member of CPC Central Commission for Discipline Inspection, 1997.