Tagalog News:  “No ID, no Entry’ ipatupad sa  Tnalak Festival

  • July 12, 2017

LUNGSOD NG KORONADAL, South Cotabato, Hulyo 12 (PIA) --   Paalala ng mga opisyal ng South Cotabato sa mga dadalo sa anumang aktibidad sa 18th Tnalak Festival, magbitbit ng  identification card.

 

Sa isang panayam,  binigyang-diin ni South Cotabato Gov. Daisy Avance-Fuentes  ang paalala  ng  kapulisan at mga security personnel  sa publiko na  kailangang magpakita  ng ID bago sila papayagang  makapasok sa  mga event at venue ng  18th Tnalak Festival na  magbubukas ngayong  hapon, Hulyo 12.

 

Hindi rin papayagan ang pagpapasok ng matatalim at delikadong mga bagay sa anumang venue ng  isang linggong pagdiriwang.

 

Nagpaaalala rin si Gov. Fuentes sa publiko na iwasang  magdala  ng mga  malalaking bag at mga  back pack  dahil kailangan itong masusing sisiyasatin ng security personnel na maaring magdulot ng pagkaantala sa pagpasok sa mga lugar na pagdarausan ng aktibidad sa taunang  pagdiriwang ng South Cotabato.

 

Samantala,  inihayag ni PCInsp. Marvin Duadua, spokesperson ng South Cotabato PNP na sasarhan  sa trapiko ang  kahabaan ng  Alunan Avenue  mula  alas-singko ng hapon  hanggang alas-dos ng madaling araw.   

 

Nasa Alunan Avenue ang  Tnalak Strip, Tnalak Food Garden,  Bahay Kubo,  Agri-Fair, Plants and Products Display at Expo 2017.

 

Dagdag ni Duadua, bawal  ding  iparada ang anumang sasakyang de motor sa Alunan Avenue habang nakasara ito  sa trapiko. Ang  mga sasakyang  ipaparada rito ay dadalhin sa bagong site ng South Cotabato PNP sa  Barangay  Morales, Koronadal City.

 

Kaugnay pa rin sa seguridad  sa  Tnalak Festival,  umaapela si Gov. Fuentes sa publiko na maging mapagmatyag sa lahat ng oras.

 

Magtatapos ang 18th Tnalak Festival at 51st Foundation Anniversary sa Hulyo 18. (DEDoguiles-PIA12) 


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