Continue to visit and present Tet gifts to the inhabitants
Updated : Monday, February 05, 2018 4:50 PM (GMT+0700)

InKy Du hamlet, Xuan Quang 2 commune (Dong Xuan district), comrade Huynh TanViet, secretary of the Provincial Party Committee cum chairman of theprovincial people’s council have just paid the visits to present Tet gifts tothe poor ethnic minority people, the prestigious people in Xuan Quang 2commune, Dong Xuan district.

Comrade Huynh Tan Viet, Commissioner of the central Party committee, Secretary
of the provincial Party Committee, Chairman of the provincial People’s Council
presenting Tet gifts to poor households in Ky Du hamlet, Xuan Quang 2 (Dong Xuan district)

104 poor households in KyDuc hamlet and 3 poor households in Xuan Quang 2 commune received 107 gifts,each is worth 665,000 dongs. Secretary Viet encouraged the hamlet heads and theprestigious inhabitants of Ky Du hamlet to further develop the spirit of therole models; simultaneously reminding the leaders of  Xuan Quang 2 commune to continue enhancingthe construction of new rural areas, further improving the inhabitants’ lives;particularly continuing to double check and support the households in difficultsituations, not letting happen any cases of starving households at Tet.

Comrade Huynh Tan Viet alsovisited and sincerely inquired about the health situation of the Vietnameseheroic mother Tran Thi Hien (96 years old) and the elderly Le Tam (86 yearsold), who is also the seriously-sick veteran. Comrade Viet wished the goodhealth and longevity to the elderly Le Tam and hoped the elderly to happilylive with the offsprings, grandchildren. 

PPC Chairman Hoang Van Tra presenting Tet gifts to poor inhabitants in Hoa Kien commune,
Tuy Hoa city

* Comrade Hoang Van Tra,deputy secretary of the provincial Party committee cum PPC Chairman, head ofthe provincial parliamentary delegates at the national assembly have justvisited and presented Tet gifts to the poor households and families indifficult circumstances in Hoa Kien commune (Tuy Hoa city) and Hoa Thangcommune (Phu Hoa district). During this visit, 80 poor households andhouseholds in difficulties received gifts, each is 500,000 dongs in cash.

At the gift-giving ceremony,comrade Hoang Van Tra wished the inhabitants good health and happiness; a cozyTet; hoping the compatriots to be united to be side by side with the Party andthe State, contributing to constructing the homeland into a more developedlocality. PPC Chairman also proposed Phu Hoa district to develop the strengths,seek for and take advantage of the opportunities to create breakthroughs ineconomic development, helping the people to invest in production, increasingincome. Simultaneously requesting Phu Hoa district to concentrate on caring forTet for the inhabitants, particularly the households in difficulties for theinhabitants to have a cosy Tet with no starvation cases.

On this occasion,Vietinbank-Phu Yen branch also presented two gifts to the communes of Hoa Thangand Hoa Kien for the localities to welcome Tet. 

* The branches of theprovincial people’s inspection institute, provincial labor federation; Phu YenNewspaper, the faculty of primary school-kindergarten (Phu Yen University) andthe Foundation Union of the mobile policemen forces of the provincial policedepartment have coordinated with the union of the internal affairs of Son Hoadistrict to present 30 gifts to the poor households and students in difficultsituations in Phuoc Tan commune (Son Hoa district). Each gift includesnecessities like : cooking oil, sugar, confectioneries…the total expenditure isabout 8 million dongs.

On this occasion, thedivision union of the mobile police forces of the provincial police departmenthave coordinated with two addresses of social affairs to provide monthly cashsupport within 3 years (from January 2018 toDecember 2020) to students named So Le Tuan and La Lan Hung.

Source:Phu Yen Newspaper

Translatedby HAI LOAN

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