Task force clueless on project work equipment

>> Saturday, May 20, 2017

CITY OF TABUK, Kalinga – A task force created by Gov. Jocel Baac to investigate recently burning of heavy equipment contracted to improve the Allaguia-Asibanglan provincial road is still clueless on perpetrators.
The provincial police office was earlier tasked to head Task Force Pamana Project-Allaguia to look into the burning of a  Volvo backhoe owned by  Randy Balbino Construction Company and Royal Seabees Construction  at Sitio Bakwit, Allaguia, Pinukpuk.
The concreting and improvement project costing P32 million is under the Payapa at MAsaganang PamayaNAn or Pamana program of the Dept. of Interior and Local Government.
PAMANA aims to extend development interventions to isolated, hard-to-reach, conflict-affected communities to ensure that they are not left behind.
The perpetrators remain at large. PNP report quoted barangay officials the alleged perpetrators are not members of the New People’s Army but somebody with claims on the project or might be an insider with bad sentiments on management.
This was corroborated by the assessment of the 503rd Infantry Brigade.  However, Kenneth Marcelino, project engineer of Royal Seabees Construction, said there was never any conflict between management and their employees since the start of the project.
Engineer Max Mayer Adong who went to project site urged barangay officials of Allaguia and Asibanglan to come out with their own investigation for perusal of the task force. -- PIA Kalinga


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