(HBO) – A Hoa Binh working group led by Bui Duc Hinh, Deputy Secretary of the provincial Party Committee and Chairman of the provincial People’s Committee, visited and presented gifts to the Party Organisation, administration and residents of Cao Phong-Thach Yen former revolutionary base in Cao Phong district on August 22.
Bui Duc Hinh, Deputy Secretary of the Hoa Binh
Party Committee and Chairman of the provincial People’s Committee, presents
gifts from the Party Committee, People’s Council, People’s Committee, and
provincial Vietnam Fatherland Front Committee to representatives of Cao
Phong-Thach Yen former revolutionary base.
Cao Phong – Thach Yen is one of the four revolutionary bases of Hoa Binh
province, which belongs to the Hoa-Ninh-Thanh revolutionary zone. It was
recognised as a national historical relic site by the Ministry of Culture and
Information in 1996.
In late 1944, the regional party committee of Bac Ky assigned Vu Tho
to the region to popularise the nation’s revolution among local ethnic
communities, which paved a way for the establishment of the Cao Phong – Thach
Yen revolutionary base. In July 1945, Vu Tho selected 30 young, tough and
enthusiastic militiamen for military training courses in Cao Phong – Thach Yen region.
On August 23, 1945, the delegation of the Cao Phong – Thach Yen base
coordinated with the army in Lac Son to enter Phuong Lam, joining revolutionary
forces in the whole province to seize the power.
The site was recognised as a national historical relic site by the Ministry of
Culture and Information in 1996.
Over the years, upholding the revolutionary tradition, the Party Organisation,
administration and locals of Thach Yen and Hop Phong communes have fostered
solidarity, optimising the localities’ potentials and advantages to boost
socio-economic development, improving locals’ living conditions and ensuring
security and order.
Hop Phong commune was recognised as a new-style rural area in 2022, while Thach
Yen has completed 15 out of the 19 criteria for such area. It is striving to
complete all the criteria in 2024.
Presenting gifts to the Party Organisation, administration and locals in the
Cao Phong-Thach Yen former revolutionary base, Hinh hailed efforts and
achievements of Thach Yen and Hip Phong communes in socio-economic development
and new-style rural area building.
He asked the Party Committee, administration and locals of the two communes to
continue promoting the revolutionary tradition and implement policies and
directions given by the Party and State, strengthening the building and
rectification of the Party and political system, and reorganising its official
apparatus after the merger of communal administrative units. He asked
localities to focus on directing residents in socio-economic development,
especially in developing production regions to meet the market demands.