IP get goods and foods

BALER, Aurora — Officers of the the Aurora Police Provincial Office reached out to members of indigenous people in a remote sitio, giving them groceries, school supplies and meals.

“Nasa 40 katutubo ang nakatanggap ng grocery items habang ang mga bata ay nakatanggap ng mga kagamitan sakanilang pag-aaral, mga laruan, at masaya nilang pinagsaluhan ang mainit na sopas na may kasabay na mga biskwit (Around 40 IPs were able to receive groceries, while the youth received school supplies and toys as we served them hot sopas snack and biscuits),” Aurora police director and Major Jeffrey S. Onde, commanding officer of the 2nd Police Mobile Force Company, said.

“Walang pagsidlan ang kaligayahan ng mga katutubo sa munting biyayang natanggap nila mula sa kapulisan. At bilang pasasalamat hinandugan nila ang kapulisan ng awitin at sayaw. Bakas ang tuwa sa mga bata na siyang layunin ng kapulisan ang makita ang ngiti at tuwa sa kanilang napaglilingkuran,” (You cannot described the happiness felt by the IPs with the little things they received from the PNP. In return, the IPs performed songs and dances. You can see how happy they are on the faces of the children which is the aim of the police), Onde recalled.


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