BTO – In the morning of July 14, 2013, Mr. Huynh Van Ti – member of the Central Party Committee, Secretary of the provincial Party Committee led a delegation including representatives of leaders of provincial Party Committee for Mass Mobilization, Provincial Committee for Ethnic Minorities’ Affairs, Committee for Religious Affairs, Department of Home Affairs, provincial Committee of Vietnam Fatherland Front, as well as Party Committee of Ham Thuan Bac district, to visit and give presents to the Cham Bani dignitaries and people on the occasion of traditional Ramuwan festival.
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Specifically, the delegation came to Lam Thanh and Lam Giang mosques and gave best wishes to the whole Cham community a happy Ramuwan festival. At the same time, Mr. Ti acknowledged the best effort and solidarity of local authorities and people on building a block of great national unity and developed rural areas. He also sincerely gave his regards and wishes to the Cham priests and people a jubilant and united Ramuwan festival.
On the same day, Mr. Nguyen Ngoc – standing vice Chairman of the provincial People’s Committee, along with leaders of provincial agencies and Bac Binh district visited and wished a peaceful and cosy Ramuwan festival to the Cham Bani community in Phan Hoa commune (Bac Binh district). During the visit, Mr. Ngoc and other leaders visited and gave Ramuwan greetings to Binh Thang mosque and Chief Priest Van Luong Do, Binh Minh mosque and Chief Priest Lu Thanh, Binh Hoa mosque and Chief Priest Ba Can. Amid the warm and comfortable atmosphere of the Ramuwan month festival, Mr. Ngoc encouraged religious dignitaries, by their prestige in the Cham community, will join the local authorities’ effort in mobilizing Cham people to develop their economics, implement civilized life style, as well as maintain social security and environmental sanitation.
Phuong Lan (Source: Binh Thuan newspaper)