1 PNP wants permanent total firearm ban on Thu Apr 08, 2010 12:19 pm
Director General Jesus Verzosa, PNP chief, said that they have been receiving positive feedbacks from various sectors regarding the improvement of peace and order situation even in areas included in the election hot spots, including the usual troubled areas in Luzon like Masbate and in Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (ARMM).
''Maganda ang resulta (it has produced good results),'' said Verzosa when asked why they are planning to implement the total gun ban beyond this year's election period.
''But we cannot decide on this matter on our own, we still have to coordinate with proper government agencies regarding this (proposal to make total gun ban permanent),'' he added.
Right now, Verzosa said that they still have to wait for the after-operation results of all the security measures they proposed since the start of the election period on January 10 such as setting up of checkpoints and suspension of all permits to carry firearms outside residence.
''We still have to come up with the asessment which will serve as our basis in convincing concerned government agencies to agree on our proposal,'' said Verzosa.
nah unsaun nani f ma implement n?
patay ta ani krn dna jud ka makadual...