Soldiers return to the countryside to help farmers carry rice, catch fish, and deliver textbooks to students

Soldiers return to the countryside to help farmers carry rice, catch fish, deliver textbooks to students - Photo 1.

The hot bags of rice that have just been delivered by the harvester are taken care of by the soldiers

In Mr. Hai’s field, a modern harvester runs around, rolls the heavy grain of rice into the scythe, releases the straw, and the rice flows straight into the bag. At noon, more than a dozen soldiers were present ready to carry the hot rice bags on the cement road.

Mr. Nguyen Hong Sanh, chairman of the Farmers’ Association of Tan Tuc Town (Binh Chanh District, Ho Chi Minh City), shared: “Rice ripening during the time of social isolation, farmers who want to hire porters have to spend a lot of money. fees such as testing papers, travel difficulties…

The labor cost has increased a lot, but the rice is still only 10,000 VND/kg. Soldiers helped farmers carry 50-70kg wet rice bags from the field. Only a short distance of about 100m, but the embankment of the field is narrow, slippery, very difficult to walk…”.

Not only reaping rice, the young soldiers also went fishing with farmers. Some of you already know how to catch fish, some of you just started it for the first time. After many times pulling nets with farmers, the soldiers have more or less experience in catching fish…

Thai Van Tien, a farmer, said he supported selling at only 30% of the price for medical forces, soldiers, police, local authorities, etc. to fight the epidemic.

Ms. Le Thai Hoa Mi, Secretary of the Party Committee of Tan Tuc town, said that in the past two weeks, thanks to the soldiers working with the locality to give welfare gifts, carry rice, and carry rice, the local work went smoothly. than. Recently, in response to the demand for textbooks for students in time for the new school year, on the morning of September 7th, the local soldiers distributed more than 270 sets of 6th grade textbooks. In the coming days, they will continue to hand over books to students. Other grades…

Soldiers return to the countryside to help farmers carry rice, catch fish, deliver textbooks to students - Photo 2.

The round bags of rice were brought ashore by the soldiers

Soldiers return to the countryside to help farmers carry rice, catch fish, and deliver textbooks to students - Photo 3.

Drying straw to burn copper as manure for the new crop

Soldiers return to the countryside to help farmers carry rice, catch fish, and deliver textbooks to students - Photo 4.

Tired but happy to help the farmers

Soldiers return to the countryside to help farmers carry rice, catch fish, deliver textbooks to students - Photo 5.

Take advantage of handing over books to students everywhere

Soldiers return to the countryside to help farmers carry rice, catch fish, and deliver textbooks to students - Photo 6.

Deliver textbooks to students’ homes

Soldiers return to the countryside to help farmers carry rice, catch fish, and deliver textbooks to students - Photo 7.

Drag fish with farmers

Soldiers return to the countryside to help farmers carry rice, catch fish, and deliver textbooks to students - Photo 8.

The fish is divided equally among the units on anti-epidemic tasks

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