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PNP attends turn-over ceremony of motorcycle patrols in Sultan Kudarat’s capital town

ISULAN, Sultan Kudarat — Police Lieutenant Colonel Romeo Galgo Jr., chief of police of Isulan PNP, attended the turned-over ceremony today of “Patrol Motorcycle with Sidecar” to the police-supervised “Bantay Isulan Barangay Peacekeeping Team (BPAT)” that protect the town.

Isulan is the capital town of Sultan Kudarat province. It hosts the biggest palm oil processing plant in the entire Central Mindanao region.

Report reaching The DIYARYO MILENYO said the handing-over of motorcycle patrols is part of the security program of Mayor Maritess Kapunan “TES” Pallasigue that aimed to safeguard the lives and properties of the residents against criminalities and the threats of lawless elements.

TES is an acronym for “Transparent and Efficient Service.”

The mayor’s son Atty. Andrew Well Kapunan, who is the municipal administrator of Isulan, also attended the said short and simple ceremony held at the town’s gymnasium today. (RASHID RH. BAJO/Photo credit to Lt. Colonel Romeo Galgo Jr. fb account)

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