2 Abu Sayyaf, nahikayat ng military na sumurender

  • June 19, 2017
  • Rene V. Carbayas

by Rene V. Carbayas

 

ISABELA CITY, Basilan June 19 (PIA) – DALAWANG MYEMBRO NG ABU SAYYAF ANG NAHIKAYAT NA NAMAN PARA SUMURENDER SA MILITAR SA BASILAN. ISA SA ITO AY HINIHINALANG NAGING KANANG-KAMAY NI ASG SUB-LEADER NURHASSAN JAMIRI.

 

PINANGALANAN NI LTCOL. ANDREW BACALA JR, COMMANDING OFFICER NG 4TH SPECIAL FORCES BATTALION NG PHILIPPINE ARMY SA BASILAN ANG MGA ASG NA MAGPINSANG SINA SARID NISAL, 25 TAONG GULANG AT MOHAMMAD NISAL, 23 TAONG GULANG, KAPWA TAGA-MACALANG, MUNISIPYO NG ALBARKA.

 

SA ARAW NG KAGITINGAN MISMO SILA AY IPRINISINTA NG MILITAR SA MEDIA. SA KASALUKUYAN, UMABOT NA SA 75 ABU SAYYAF ANG NAGSURRENDER SA MGA MILITAR.

 

NOONG JUNE 8, TATLO NAMAN MULA SA KANILANG GRUPO ANG NAUNANG SUMURENDER SA MILITAR NA SINA ABDULLA KALITUT (35), ANG MAGPINSANG SINA NATIM ALAMIN (25), AT ADZMIL ALAMIN (20). SI KALITUT AY MAY PATONG NA P600,000 SA KANYANG ULO. KINIKILALA SIYA NG MILITAR NA IKA-APAT SA LISTAHAN MGA BANDIDONG ABU SAYYAF.

 

SA KWENTO NILA, ANG MATINDING HIRAP SA BUNDOK, GUTOM, AT PANGUNGULILA SA PAMILYA SANHI NG MATINDING OPENSIBA NG MILITAR ANG NAGING DAHILAN PARA SUMURENDER SILA SA AWTORIDAD.

 

AYON KAY LTCOL BACALA, DADAAN PA SILA SA MGA TACTICAL INTERROGATION, PSYCHOSOCIAL DEBRIEFING, RE-ORIENTATION AT IBA PANG MGA REHABILITATION PROGRAM NA ISASAGAWA KATULONG ANG ARMM REGIONAL GOVERNMENT.

 

ANIYA, ISANG TASK FORCE ANG BUBUUIN PARA SAGUTIN ANG MGA PANGANGAILANGAN NG MGA NAGBABAGONG BUHAY.

 

NAGPASALAMAT SI BACALA SA MGA TUMULONG, LALUNG-LALO NA SA KOOPERASYON NG LOCAL GOVERNMENT UNITS SA BASILAN. DIIN PA NI BACALA NA HINDI MADALI ANG KANILANG GINAGAWA, NGUNIT MAHALAGA SA KANILA ANG BUHAY AT PAGBIBIGAY NG PAGKAKATAON SA SINO MANG GUSTONG MAGBAGO KAHIT NA SILA AY ABU SAYYAF.


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