The Chinese regime is facing a new headache. Many young cadres, who represent the future of the ruling power in China, have encountered social evils.

According to Apollo News, the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection and the State Supervision Commission on November 24, said that these young cadres were heavily indebted due to gambling and even had to go to jail because of this behavior.

For example, Zhong Yaozhen is an official born in 1990, working at the Real Estate Registration Service Center in Jiaxing City, Zhejiang Province.

While in college, Zhong was involved in online gambling and owed nearly $300,000 (20 million yuan).

To pay off the debt, Zhong and his accomplices took advantage of their positions and powers to collect preferential money from real estate agencies and customers, causing severe losses to the state’s tax revenue.

Zhang and his accomplices were arrested and convicted at the People’s Court of Xiuzhou District, Jiaxing City.

Another official named Chen Ke was also involved in gambling. He is a police chief under 40 on the traffic police team of the Nanning Public Security Bureau, Guangxi Autonomous Region.

Chen started gambling online during the 2014 World Cup. To repay his debt, Chen Ke actively contacted people suspected of traffic violations and profited in the name of helping to avoid having their driver’s license suspended.

From January 2019 to November 2020, Chen Ke illegally received almost $90,000 (600,000 yuan).

In February this year, Chen was sentenced to two years and five months in prison and fined $21,000 for accepting bribes.

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