After the foundation of the Communist Party of Vietnam in 1932, many young people in Phu Luu ward had voluntarily joined the revolution. Phu Luu was among the hardest-hit regions during the French invasion with thousands of houses burned, hundreds of people died and tortured.
The local people, however, was determined to keep up the fight and contributed a big part to the eventual victory of Vietnam against the French.
In the later war against the US, the Party Committee of Phu Luu district had engaged in both the war and production to keep the economy running. Many generations of youth of Phu Luu ward had been part of major victories of the country during the war. So far, Phu Luu district has a total of 99 martyrs, 35 wounded soldiers, nine honored with the title of Vietnamese Heroic Mother, among others.
As the country goes into the process of economic development, Phu Luu district has overcome numerous challenges and grasped opportunities to attained significant results in economic, cultural, and social development.
The ward has completed 19 out of 19 criteria and was recognized as new-style farming.
Vice Chairwoman of the Hanoi People's Council Phung Thi Hong Ha speaks at the event.
Chairwoman of the Hanoi People’s Council Phung Thi Hong Ha expected local authorities to continue the proud tradition of the ward and focus on socio-economic development.
Ha expressed her strong belief that Phu Luu would continue to achieve higher goals and further contribute to the development of Hanoi.