BANDUNG - Hundreds of employees in the West Java Provincial Office of Religion Ministry along with invitees from government agencies, TNI and Police as well as retired West Java Ministry of Religion, attended the 73rd Service Day Ceremony of Religion Ministry in East Parking Area of West Java Provincial Office of Ministry of Religion Thursday (03/01).
In the event, the Governor of West Java, Mochamad Ridwan Kamil acted as the ceremony inspector while the Commander of the Ceremony of Nunu Soheh and the choir from students of MAN 1 Bandung.
In front of the ceremony participants, the Governor read out the remarks of the Minister of Religion of the Republic of Indonesia which explained the 6 objectives of the Ministry of Religion's program strategies, namely increasing the quality of religious life, increasing social harmony and religious harmony, increasing the quality of religious services, increasing access to education services, improving the quality of religious education and religion and improving the quality of governance in development in the field of religion.
Meanwhile, Head of the West Java Provincial Office of Ministry of Religion, H. A Buchori, said that the Regional Office of the Ministry of Religion of West Java Province is projected as a state instrument in helping the government carry out development in the religious sector in the region.
"We have achieved various achievements during the upcoming 2018 and we, God willing, we can meet the targets planned for 2019," Buchori said, in her remarks at the Regional Office of the Ministry of Trade of the West Java Province HAB ceremony. Thursday (03/01).
Buchori stated, the 73rd HAB of the Ministry of Religion in 2019 with the theme "Togetherness Failure of the Ummah with a Clean Tagline Serving" the Regional Office of the Ministry of Religion in West Java held this principle so that the institutional role in religious development in West Java could run optimally.
"We adhere to these principles so that the role of the Ministry of Religion in religious development in West Java can run optimally," he said. (Parno)