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  • Writer's pictureLeonora Lo-oy

Zero crime incidents recorded in Kalinga during Undas 2023


Tabuk City, Kalinga – The police force in the province conveyed their gratitude to the constituents and visitors in Kalinga for their cooperation during the observance of All Saints’ and All Souls’ Day.


Authorities estimated thousands of individuals arrived at the 25 cemeteries they secured on November 01 and 02. Ten of these 25 burial places are located in the province’s capital, Tabuk City while 6 are in Rizal; 3 in Balbalan; 2 in Pinukpuk and Tanudan; and 1 in Lubuagan and Pasil.

Four of the biggest graveyards in the province are in Tabuk City.


As relayed by Kalinga Police Spokesperson, PCapt. Ruff Manganip, there were no crime incidents recorded in Kalinga in the observance of Undas.


“Okay iti undas tayo, very smooth, orderly ken very peaceful, awan met iti recorded incidents tayo,” he described.


For this, he thanked the people and visitors in the province for cooperating with the authorities in ensuring a peaceful observance of the All Saints’ and All Souls’ Day.


“Pagyamanan tayo met iti tattao iti Kalinga ta very cooperative da iti ipatpatungpal tayo, not only ti PNP and pati met dagitoy other line agencies nga tinmulong iti daytoy…tapnu agbalin nga smooth, orderly ken peaceful daytoy BSKE ken Undas tayo,” he said.


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