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Following the program of “rice bags of gratitude” jointly implemented by the Executive Board of the Vietnam Buddhist Sangha and the Long An Provincial Police, on October 2, 2021, the delegation donated 12 tons of rice to two districts of Chau Thanh and Duc Hue. to support people and workers in difficult circumstances due to the impact of the COVID-19 epidemic.

Leading the delegation were Venerable Thich Minh Thien – Member of the Vietnam Buddhist Sangha Council, Head of the Vietnam Buddhist Sangha Committee in Long An province; accompanied by the delegation were Colonel Dang Thanh Phong – Deputy Head of the Party Affairs Department, Political Work of the Provincial Public Security; and Venerable Thich Le Ngon – Head of the Department of Propagation of the Vietnamese Buddhist Sangha in the province.

At Chau Thanh District People’s Committee and Police, receiving the delegation were TT. Thich Duc Hoang – Deputy Head of the Vietnam Buddhist Sangha Committee of the province; SC. Thich Nu Dieu Hue – Deputy Head of the district’s Board of the Vietnamese Buddhist Sangha; Mr. Nguyen Van Khai – Chairman of the District People’s Committee and Senior Lieutenant Colonel Lam Van Theo – Deputy Chief of the District Police.

Following the program of “rice bags of gratitude” jointly implemented by the Executive Board of the Vietnam Buddhist Sangha and the Long An Provincial Police, on October 2, 2021, the delegation donated 12 tons of rice to two districts of Chau Thanh and Duc Hue.

During this trip, the delegation came to give gifts directly to poor households in Hiep Thanh commune, Chau Thanh district.

In Duc Hue district, receiving the delegation was DT.Thich Thien An – Head of the district’s Committee of the Vietnamese Buddhist Sangha; Mr. Vo Van A – Standing Committee of the District Party Committee, Head of the Department of Mass Mobilization, Chairman of the District’s Fatherland Front; Mr. Le Van Tai – Deputy Chief of District Police.

After meeting and giving gifts at the district police headquarters, the delegation continued to the People’s Committee of Dong Thanh town, welcomed by Mrs. Tran Thi Huynh Nhu – Chairman of the town’s Fatherland Front Committee.

The delegation came to give gifts directly to poor households in Hiep Thanh commune, Chau Thanh district.

The delegation came to give gifts directly to poor households in Hiep Thanh commune, Chau Thanh district.

Here, HT. Thich Minh Thien shared: Together with the Provincial Police, implemented the program “Rice bags of gratitude” to support people in difficulty, affected by the COVID-19 epidemic to their lives and activities. The Most Venerable Head of the Delegation, on behalf of the local Buddhist monks and nuns, and the sponsors and benefactors, sent their greetings and wishes for health to the ladies and gentlemen in the district and encouraged the spirit and the government to unite. overcome the pandemic.

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In the program, the Venerable Master emphasized: All people should raise the spirit of solidarity, mutual love and determination to fight the epidemic like fighting the enemy; stay away from extreme thoughts, evil instigation of negative people. Let’s work together to prevent and control the COVID-19 epidemic by the 5k method, to protect yourself and everyone’s safety is to contribute to the security of society.

These 12,000 rice bags will be given to poor households and workers at hostels to help them feel secure to continue staying in the locality to participate in production restoration.

It is known that in the program, there are 25 tons of rice donated by the Charity Group “Sharing – Sharing” of Ms. Mai Thi Hanh – Wife of Former President Truong Tan Sang, through the introduction of President. Thich Thanh Phong – Head of the Economic and Financial Department of the Vietnamese Buddhist Sangha, Head of the Social Charity Department of the Vietnamese Buddhist Sangha in Ho Chi Minh City. HCM.

HT.  Thich Minh Thien shared.

HT. Thich Minh Thien shared.

The program “Rice bags of gratitude” donated about 100 tons of rice to 15 districts, towns and cities in the province to help people alleviate difficulties during the pandemic. Today the 7th trip to places to donate rice.

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