China cracks down on crimes involving the unauthorised use of lands.

Chinese President Xi Jinping called on cadres in top positions to remain loyal to the partys spirit . Xi Jinping is seeking a third term in office .

Beijing (China), June 23: In an attempt to protect national food security, China's Ministry of Public Safety has urged police around the country to crack openly to crimes including the illegal exploitation of farmland and the production and selling of substandard agricultural products, according to a statement issued by the ministry on Thursday.In addition, the ministry advised police to exercise extreme caution in cases involving gang-related crimes, and thoroughly investigate and accelerate cases involving the production and selling of fake seeds, fertilizers Chinese President Xi Jinping, who is seeking a third term in office, called on cadres in top positions to remain loyal to the party's spirit and said the party cannot afford to lose and should not lose.To get to the point where corruption can be combated, Xi also called for cadres in leadership positions-who he calls the defining minority-to treat themselves well, as well as their relatives and relatives, as well as the lives of those around them.Xi Jinping continued, The higher the position and the more control must be exercised.