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  • Writer's pictureLeonora Lo-oy

‘Dagiay bawal ket haan dapat itugot’ – Kalinga police to cemetery goers


Tabuk City, Kalinga – Since it’s that time of the year where people flock at graveyards, the Kalinga Police Provincial Office reminds the public to observe the ‘dos and don’ts’ when going to the cemetery.


Thousands of people are expected to visit the tombs of their departed loved ones at the 25 cemeteries in Kalinga, especially the four big burial places in Tabuk City, this Nov. 01 and 02.

To ensure a safe and secure All Saints' and All Souls' Day in the province, Kalinga Police Information Officer PCapt. Ruff Manganip asks the cooperation of the public, particularly their strict compliance on the things that are not allowed to be carried when going at the burial ground.


Among the things prohibited inside the cemetery include liquor and sharp objects.


“We encourage the cemetery goers nga observe dagidiay do's and dont's nu apan bumisita minatay tayo. Dagiay bawal ket haan dapat alan. Arak, igam, deadly weapons ken duduma pay. Apan tayo bumisita ken sabayan tayo ti luwalo tapnu naurnos ti Semana Santa tayo ditoy Kalinga,” he said.


He added that at least 500 police officers have been deployed to secure the cemeteries in the province and that assistance desk has been established to assist the public with what they need.


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