Tagalog News: Oplan Paalala ng Kidapawan City pinaigting

  • April 19, 2017

LUNGSOD NG  KIDAPAWAN, North Cotabato,  Apr. 19 (PIA) --  Sa  utos  ni  Kidapawan  City Mayor  Joseph  Evangelista, mas  pinaiigiting  ng  City PNP at ng  Public Safety Office ang  pagapapatupad  ng  Oplan  Paalala sa  lungsod.

 

Bunsod  ito  na  pagsabog  ng dalawang  improvised  explosive device sa  lungsod ng Tacurong sa  Sultan  Kudarat  nitong Lunes ng  gabi  kung saan  15 ang  nasugatan, kabilang na ang 3 sundalo, 3 pulis at 9  na sibilyan.

 

Ito rin, ayon  kay Mayor  Evangelista, ay dahil sa  nakalap nilang intelligence  report na kabilang sa umano’y  target  ng  mga  terror  group ang Kidapawan City at iba pang  lungsod sa  SOCCSKSARGEN Region

 

Kaugnay sa  pagpapaigiting  ng  Oplan Paalala  mas pinatindi  ng  mga otoridad  ang  pagsasagawa ng  rekorida sa  buong lungsod  kung saan sa  pamamagitan ng  public announcement  system, pinaalalahanan ang  publiko na  doblehin ang pagbabantay  sa  kanilang mga palibot laban sa  mga terorista.

 

Paalala rin ni Mayor  Evangelista sa publiko na seryosohin ng  naturang  banta.

 

Hiling pa niya sa  publiko, agad ipaalam sa  mga  otoridad kung may nakikita  silang kahinahinalang mga tao  o bagay sa  kanilang  lugar.

 

Mas  mainam ring agad lumayo  sa mga  bagay  na  hinihinalang IED o bomba  upang huwag nang madisgrasya. (DEDoguiles-PIA 12)

 


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