Invalids and Martyrs’ Day on July 27 is an annual celebration to commemorate the war invalids and martyrs who sacrificed and lost through the wars against the enemy for independence, freedom, and happiness for the people. Vietnamese ethnicity.
On the night of July 24, 2022 at Hoa Nghia Commune Cemetery, Cho Lach District, the Executive Board of the Vietnam Buddhist Sangha in Cho Lach District coordinated with the Ho Chi Minh Communist Youth Union of Cho Lach District to solemnly organize a candle-lighting program to pay tribute to heroes and martyrs.
Attending were TT.Thich Xuong Dao – Head of the Vietnam Buddhist Sangha BTS in Cho Lach district; DD.Thich Thien Nhan – Head of Culture Department of Cho Lach district; DD.Thich Quang Thanh – Head of the Buddhist Guidance Department of Cho Lach district.
On the side of Government leaders, there were Mr. Nguyen Van Dam – TUV, Secretary of the District Party Committee, Chairman of the District People’s Council; Comrade Huynh Thi Kim Thuong – UV. Editorial Board, Head of the District Committee for Mass Mobilization, Chairman of the District Vietnam Fatherland Front Committee; Mr. Tran Van Dem – Deputy Secretary, Chairman of the District People’s Committee; Mr. Nguyen Tan Kha – HUV, Chairman of the District Committee of Vietnam Youth Union; Comrade Ho Phan Kim Ngan – Secretary of the District Union; Together with the representatives of the departments, the district unions, the members of the Steering Committee of the District Summer Youth Youth Campaign 2022, the relatives of the martyrs, the veterans, the veterans of the communes, towns and the the presence of more than 350 officials, union members, youth and students of the People’s Security University of Ho Chi Minh City attended.
The show of gratitude candlelight at the Martyrs Cemetery, is to show gratitude and gratitude to those who have contributed to the revolution, honoring the merits of soldiers who have sacrificed in the cause of people’s liberation. nation, protect and build the Fatherland.
In a dignified atmosphere, the Venerable Fathers of the Vietnam Buddhist Sangha in Cho Lach district, representatives of the district and commune authorities and veterans, the Ho Chi Minh Communist Youth Union of the district offered incense, spent a minute of silence in memory and gratitude. to the meritorious predecessors, the heroic sons of the Dong Khoi homeland, the soldiers who decided to die for the Fatherland, for the national independence to be liberated and pray for the nation’s peace and prosperity; Then light candles in gratitude and lay wreaths at memorials and graves of heroes and martyrs.