(HBO) – Secretary of the Party Committee of Hoa Binh province Bui Van Tinh visited and presented gifts to two Vietnamese Heroic Mothers – Bui Thi Rao (born in 1925 in Cuoi Ha commune) and Bui Thi Bay (born in 1921 in Ha Bi commune) of Kim Boi district.


Secretary of the provincial Party Committee of Bui Van Tinh presents gifts to Vietnamese Heroic Mother Bui Thi Rao in Cuoi Ha commune

 Vietnamese Heroic Mother Bui Thi Rao has two sons – Bui Duc Tho and Bui Van Thao who fell down during the war. Six children of Vietnamese Heroic Mother Bui Thi Bay were martyrs, two of them died during the war against the US – Bui Van Not, joining the army in 1966 and died in 1969, and Bui Van Cat, joining the army in 1968 and fell down in 1971.

 Over the past years, local departments and agencies have paid much attention to the caring of Vietnamese Heroic Mothers in both material and spiritual life. The mothers enjoy support policies from the State and the life-long care by agencies.

 Kim Boi district is home to 19 Vietnamese Heroic Mothers, but only Rao and Bay are still alive.

 Visiting the mothers, Secretary of the provincial Party Committee of Bui Van Tinh expressed great gratitude towards the sacrifice by the mothers to national independence and freedom. The mothers are now old and in poor health conditions, so the provincial leader asked departments, sectors and socio-political organisations to pay greater attention to the mothers and coordinate with their families to care for the mothers’ health.

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