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 Central Delegation in Earthquake-Stricken Area

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Central Delegation in Earthquake-Stricken Area

Source: Peking Review, Nos. 32-33, August 9, 1976
Transcribed by www.wengewang.org

    A CENTRAL delegation sent by the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China and (he State Council, with Premier Hua Kuo-feng as the general leader, is touring places struck by the violent earthquake of July 28 to ex r end cordial sympathy to the victims, convey to them the tremendous solicitude of Chairman Mao and the Party Central Committee, and encourage them to give play to the revolutionary spirit of hard work and self-reliance to develop production and rebuild their homes.
 Deputy general leaders of the delegation are Comrade Chen Yung-kuei, Ulanfu, Kuo Yu-fei'3. Fan Tzu-yu, Chang Tsai-chicn, Huang Yu-kun, Chang Tsung-hsun, Yang Chun-sheng, lisieh Ching-yi, Hsieh Hsueh-kung, Hsu Cheng, Liu Tzu-hou and Ma Hui. The central delegation consists of three subdivisions for Tangshan, Tientsin and Peking respectively.
 When the delegation left Peking, it was seen off at the airport by Party and state leaders Wang Hung-wen, Chiang Ching, Chen Hsi-lien, Wang Tung-hsing and Li Su-wen, and Deputy Chief of General Staff of the Chinese People's Liberation Army Yang Cheng-wu.
   After arriving in Tangshan which was seriously hit by the quake, Premier Hua Kuo-feng immediately went to the Kailan Coal Mine and the Tangshan Iron and Steel Company to tender sympathy to the masses. As soon as members of the three subdivisions reached the affected areas of Tangshan, Tientsin and Peking on July 30, they went to factories, mines, villages, army camps, offices, schools and hospitals. They called on quake victims, read aloud the message of sympathy from the Party Central Committee to the people in the stricken areas, conveyed the tremendous solicitude and cordial sympathy of Chairman Mao and the Party Central Committee for the masses and cadres in the afflicted area, and encouraged them, under the guidance of Chairman Mao's proletarian revolutionary line and under the leadership of the Party committees at various levels, to carry forward the revolutionary spirit that man will conquer nature, unite and help one another, work hard and dauntlessly plunge into the struggle to fight the effects of the quake and carry out relief work.
   The broad masses of the people in the earthquake-stricken areas were deeply moved by the fact that Chairman Mao and the Party Central Committee had sent the delegation to visit them. Wherever Premier Hua Kuo-feng and the delegation members went, people greeted them with warm handshakes. Many quake victims, with tears in their eyes, shouted: "Long live our great leader Chairman Mao!" "Long live the Communist Party of China!" "Thank Chairman Mao and the Party Central Committee for their loving care!" they said: "At a time when we are in great difficulty, Chairman Mao and the Party Central Committee have sent armymen and medical teams to cur rescue, bringing large quantities of goods and materials for us. Now the delegation is here among us, extending to us warm sympathy. Great are heaven and earth, but greater still is the kindness of the Party; deep are the rivers and seas, but deeper still is the kindness of Chairman Mao!"' They expressed the determination that they would by deeds answer the loving care of Chairman Mao and the Party Central Committee and the support rendered by the people throughout the country. Under the impetus of the struggle to criticize Teng Hsiao-ping and beat back the Right deviationist attempt to reverse correct; verdicts and taking class struggle as the key link, they pledged to work hard and self-reliantly and fight in unity so as to restore production and rebuild their homes as soon as possible. They expressed the determination to fear no sacrifice and surmount every difficulty to win victory.

(Hsinhua news dispatch, August 4)


Source: Peking Review, Nos. 32-33, August 9, 1976
Transcribed by www.wengewang.org
  
  
  

 
 
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