Zambo Sur HPG men commended for noble projects PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 20 January 2012 16:53

Highway Patrol Group-9 Chief Sr. Supt.  Romeo R. Uy has  commended Sr. Insp. Dexter  Diones, chief of the  Zamboanga del  Sur HPG Provincial  Unit, his men and the HPG Auxiliary Group for  implementing laudable projects  in the province.

The projects included blood donation to the Philippine Red Cross, information dissemination in Labangan schools on road safety and traffic laws, tree planting on highways and bakawan propagules in mangroves along the coast of Tukuran for the preservation and protection of  the environment.

Uy said the projects carried out in partnership with LGUs (local government units)  of the two municipalities and the people are laudable because they are for noble purposes.

He expressed optimism that the projects will be nourished by the people by taking care of  the trees.

On the other hand, Uy  and his deputy, Supt. James Ramos, personally led  a random  anti-carnapping operation and campaign on no-plate not-travel policy  last Monday in Zamboanga Sibugay and Zamboanga del Sur.

As a result, several motorcycles were issued  tempory official permit for different violations.  One motorcycle was impounded for not securing clearance in changing its color and for having expired registration.

Moreover, Uy presided a  first quarter conference in Lakewood  Zamboanga del Sur last Tuesday where he directed all provincial unit chiefs to be extra alert and vigilant even if the peace and order in the region has improved.

Uy instructed Zamboanga Sibugay Chief SPO4 Nestor Bandigan to be alert “at all cost” because his area of operations is the main thoroughfare of motorvehicles passing in  going to Zamboanga del Norte and Zamboanga del Sur from Zamboanga City.

The same directive was issued to Sr. Insp. Diones whose AOR is Zamboanga del Sur which is the entry point of motorvehicles from Cotabato City, Lanao del Sur, Lanao del Norte, Iligan, Cagayan de Oro and Ozamiz City.

“Do your job with utmost respect and courtesy to the motorists. Take good care and stay alert at all time,” Uy said. — Allen Abastillas