CPPCC members' inspection work was initiated by Comrade Mao Zedong. On November 10, 1955, the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress and the Standing Committee of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference held a joint meeting. At the meeting, Peng Zhen, vice chairman of the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress, conveyed that Chairman Mao Zedong inspected the people's congress and members of the CPPCC at the Supreme State Council. Proposal for work. Mao Zedong proposed that during the inspection of the deputies of the National People's Congress, members of the CPPCC National Committee, members of local committees of provinces, autonomous regions, and municipalities, and people's representatives of provinces, autonomous regions, and municipalities jointly inspected administrative, legislative work, courts and procuratorates. All work is good, it is good for leading cadres to contact the masses, and it can play a supervisory role for the cadres below.
According to Mao Zedong's proposal, the joint meeting adopted the "Notice" on the inspection work of deputies to the National People's Congress and CPPCC members after the fall of 1955. The inspections after the fall of 1955 took more than a month from mid-November to December. The inspections included agricultural cooperation, grain production, unified grain purchase and marketing, transformation of backward villages, industrial and commercial production and operation, and private ownership. Socialist transformation of industry and commerce, street work and "anti-counterfeit" work. CPPCC members also listed issues concerning intellectuals in various places as the focus of inspections.
After this inspection, the people's congress deputies and CPPCC members agreed that the establishment of the inspection system is correct, necessary, and a good system.