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Ammo cache unearthed as another NPA surrenders

 

Ammo cache discovered in Mabini

DAVAO DE ORO, July 31 (PIA) - Soldiers of the 71st Infantry Battalion unearthed an ammunition cache in Mabini town on July 27 with the help of the new surrenderee from the New People’s Army.

The cache included 114 rounds of caliber .50 live ammunitions, and 15 kilograms of improvised explosive device.

David (not real name), 22, revealed the location of the cache after he surrendered to the Lieutenant Colonel Sonny Gonzales, 71IB commander.

He identified himself as a resident of Barangay Cabuyoan, Mabini, and a former member of Guerilla Front 2.

During his surrender, David said that main reasons he turned himself in are “kapoy na kaayo ug gutom.” (I am very tired, and hungry)

Prior to David, another NPA member surrendered with high powered firearm to the battalion.

LTC Gonzales emphasized that the successive surrender of NPA members manifests the further weakening of the already weakened Guerilla Front 2. 

"The enemy we confronted continues to become weaker following the successive surrender of the regular members. Their firepower as well has been significantly reduced. One more blow and we can finally defeat WGF2," LTC Gonzales stressed.

As he condemns the NPA for using prohibited weapons like IED, LTC Gonzales reminded his troops to be extra careful in haunting the remaining insurgents. 

"Be very careful in our military operations. The NPA doesn't respect any human rights law or rules of engagement. They continue to use IED to inflict damage.”

In Republic Act 9851 or the Act Defining and Penalizing Crimes against Humanitarian Law, Genocide and other Crimes against Humanity, landmines such as an IED shall be prohibited in warfare.

Even with this stand, the battalion commander is still willing to welcome and assist the remaining insurgents who want to lay down their arms and live peaceful lives.

At present, the battalion is facilitating three former rebels for the enrollment to the Enhanced Comprehensive Local Integration Program (ECLIP), which offers cash and livelihood assistance. (PIA11, Michael Uy with reports from 71IB)

 



source https://pia.gov.ph/news/articles/1049367

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