Bato Dela Rosa to PNP members involved in drugs: Divulge what you know

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Philippine National Police chief Director General Ronald dela Rosa presents former Marantao Mayor Mohammad Ali Abo Abinal (center) and Maguing Mayor Mamaulan Abinal Molok (left) at Camp Crame on Friday. Abinal and Molok surrendered after receiving information that they were included in President Duterte's list of narco-politicians.(MNS photo)

Philippine National Police chief Director General Ronald dela Rosa presents former Marantao Mayor Mohammad Ali Abo Abinal (center) and Maguing Mayor Mamaulan Abinal Molok (left) at Camp Crame on Friday. Abinal and Molok surrendered after receiving information that they were included in President Duterte’s list of narco-politicians.(MNS photo)

MANILA  (Mabuhay) – This was the order issued Monday by Philippine National Police chief Director General Ronald dela Rosa to the police officers allegedly involved in the illegal drugs trade who surrendered to him.

Fifteen police commissioned officers, 16 police non-commissioned officers, and one retiree went to the PNP headquarters in Camp Crame after their names were mentioned by President Rodrigo Duterte over the weekend.

“Isiwalat nyo ang dapat nyong sabihin, tsansa nyo na ito. Tumulong kayo sa PNP. Sabihin ninyo ang lahat ng dapat sabihin,” Dela Rosa told the police officers.

Dela Rosa also threatened to kill the police officers if they will return to their alleged illegal activities.

“Papatayin ko kayo pag na-involve ang pangalan nyo pagkatapos nito,” he said.

The PNP chief hurled invectives at the PNP members several times when he met them before they underwent investigation by the PNP Internal Affairs Service.

The police officers will also undergo drug test.

Meanwhile, at least 25 politicians who are also allegedly involved in illegal drugs surrendered to Dela Rosa.

Among those who presented themselves were Franz Sabalunes, alleged number 2 drug lord in Central Visayas, and his brother Frals, a vice mayor in San Fernando, Cebu.

They will be investigated by the Criminal Investigation and Detection Group. (MNS)

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