The movement aims at encouraging police officers and soldiers to follow the courageous examples of Senior Colonel Nguyen Huy Thinh, Captain Pham Cong Huy and Senior Lieutenant Duong Duc Hoang Quan, who have sacrificed their lives to protect social security and order in Hoanh hamlet, Dong Tam commune, My Duc district of Hanoi.
The ceremony saw the presence of Senior Lieutenant General Le Quy Vuong, Member of the Party Central Committee, Deputy Minister of Public Security; Lieutenant General Luong Tam Quang, Deputy Minister of Public Security; Ms. Tran Thi Ha, Standing Vice President of the Central Council for Emulation and Commendation, a Deputy Minister of Home Affairs among other leaders of public security units and local agencies.
At the ceremony, Deputy Minister Luong Tam Quang briefed the delegates on the happenings in Dong Tam commune, My Duc district of Hanoi, the arrest of armed rioters and the heroic sacrifices of three police officers.
The social order and security in the locality have so far been restored while all accused have been arrested and prosecuted.
Units of the Vietnam Air Force have completed the construction of the fence around Mieu Mon military airport.
On behalf of the Public Security Central Party Committee and the Ministry of Public Security, Deputy Minister Le Quy Vuong launched the emulation movement with the motto "Every officer and soldier of the People's Public Security Forces shall promote the heroic revolutionary tradition and wholeheartedly serve the Fatherland and the people." He also encouraged all public security officers and soldiers to follow the courageous examples of the fallen police officers.
Deputy Minister Vuong suggested that the press and media agencies inside and outside the PPSF promote the heroic sacrifices of three martyrs and fight fake and false information spread by reactionary and hostile forces about the Dong Tam happenings.
The Deputy Minister also requested public security units to share sympathy with the families of the three police officers.
Speaking at the ceremony, Colonel Pham Phi Hung, Deputy Head of the Capital Mobile Police Regiment under the Mobile Police High Command, emphasized that the mobile police force will follow the examples of the three fallen police officers, promote strong political and revolutionary will and combat readiness, and successfully complete the assigned tasks.