Police checkpoints up as election gun ban starts

Police checkpoints up as election gun ban starts  , Rani

The Police Regional Office in Central Visayas (PRO-7) will direct a regionwide concurrent checkpoints to follow free guns on January 13, in accordance with the beginning of the decision firearm boycott., 

Legal counselor Rafael Olaño, chief of the Commission on Election in Central Visayas (Comelec-7), said the weapon boycott will incidentally suspend all gun licenses with the exception of those approved by the Comelec, for example, the Philippine National Police (PNP). 

"Beginning January 13, magtatalaga na ng mga checkpoint ang PNP to check for violators of the firearm boycott," said Olaño. 

Boss Superintendent Debold Sinas, executive of the Police Regional Office in Central Visayas (PRO-7), has additionally requested that checkpoints be set up regionwide, beginning the midnight of January 13, 

"Starting at now, wala dad kaming nakitang inapprove ang Comelec na pwedeng mag convey ng guns aside sa PNP. Lahat ng mahulihan ng baril will be captured," said Sinas. 

Sinas reminded gun proprietors that on the off chance that they are gotten possessing one amid the weapon boycott, even with the entire allows however without the endorsement of the Comelec, they will be accused of illicit ownership of guns and infringement of the firearm boycott. 

"Pahinumdom lang, mas bug-at ang kaso basta weapon boycott," he said. 

Sinas likewise cautioned that the PNP will entirely actualize the firearm boycott with no exception, regardless of whether the violator is a private individual, a chose authority, or an appointive competitor

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