Teng Haiqing

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Teng Haiqing (Chinese: 滕海清) (March 2, 1909 – October 26, 1997) was a Chinese military officer and a politician. He was in charge of the massive purge in the Inner Mongolia incident.

Early life[edit]

Teng was born in Jinzhai County, Anhui province, China.

Career[edit]

Teng was a People's Liberation Army lieutenant general and People's Republic of China politician. He was Communist Party of China Committee Secretary and Chairman of Inner Mongolia.

Preceded by
Xie Xuegong
Communist Party Chief of Inner Mongolia Succeeded by
Zheng Weishan
Preceded by
Ulanhu
Chairman of Inner Mongolia
1966
Succeeded by
You Taizhong