The festival is the annual event held nationwide to mark the founding anniversary of the Vietnam Fatherland Front (VFF) (November 18, 1930).
Kim Lien commune, the hometown of late President Ho Chi Minh, has been considered as a revolutionary cradle and a cultural and spiritual tourism destination.
Poverty rate in Sen 3 hamlet, which is home to 126 households, stands at 3.28 percent, and locals’ material and spiritual life have been improved significantly.
Speaking at the event, the top legislator urged local officials and people to strengthen solidarity in building new-style rural and civilized urban areas, while joining movements and patriotic campaigns launched by the VFF.
She expressed her hope for more outstanding socio-economic development models in the locality and greater efforts in ensuring local security and safety as well as social welfare.
On this occasion, NA Chairwoman Ngan presented officials and people of Sen 3 hamlet with a photo of “Uncle Ho and Uncle Ton” and items of sports equipment. Ten saving books, each worth 10 million VND (440 USD), were also handed over to ten needy families and a number of gifts were given to policy beneficiary families, prominent teachers and poor students in the hamlet.
Earlier, the chief legislator paid floral tribute and offered incense to late President Ho Chi Minh at the Kim Lien relict site in Nam Dan district.
The same day, NA Chairwoman Ngan visited Phan Boi Chau Gifted High School