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EPD, Pasig cops give fresh food, rice

July 10, 2021 Arlene Rivera 186 views

THE Pasig Police gave packs of rice to around 720 street sweepers in Pasig City Saturday morning.

Colonel Roman Arugay, Pasig Police chief, and Jin Bautista of Pine Green Trading Corp., one of the donors, personally handed the packs of rice to street sweepers in front of the Pasig City Hall.

In his speech, Bautista committed to continuously support the Pasig Police in helping frontliners and less fortunate residents in the city during these trying times.

Arugay, meanwhile, vowed to reach out to the community to help those people badly affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.

“I appreciate the constant support of our stakeholders and commitment to the PNP organization. We will continue to balance and bridge the gap between the community and the police most especially in this time of pandemic,” the police chief said in a statement.

Minimum health and safety protocols were observed during the event to stop the spread of COVID-19.

Other individuals present in the distribution of packs were non-government organizations based in Pasig, Pasig City Hall officials and barangay officials.

Meanwhile, the Eastern Police District (EPD)-Scene of the Crime Operatives distributed fresh food to residents of Marikina City

Around 500 individuals lined up at the Concepcion Elementary School in Bgy. Concepcion on Saturday.

PLtCol. Marianne Ebdane of EPD Crime Laboratory (CL), together with the EPDCL Advisory Council headed by Estrella Chua, led the distribution of fresh foods which include vegetables, chicken, meat and fish.

Ebdane said they earlier coordinated with Bgy. Concepcion for a systematic distribution, making sure that health and safety protocols will be followed.

“We handed out coupons to indigent residents with the help of the barangay. We want everybody to be safe, and for the distribution to be orderly,” she said.

The barangay identified 500 of their indigent residents who will benefit from the food assistance from the EPD-Crime Laboratory.

“We want our kababayans to be healthy. During this pandemic, it is important to eat healthy foods. We need to strengthen our immune system,” she said.

“We would like to thank our EPD Advisory Council for their donations and guidance,” she added.

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