SAN JOSE CITY – A female ex-member of the New People’s Army (NPA) voluntarily surrendered to the Nueva Ecija Police’s 2nd Provincial Mobile Force Company (PMFC) based in this city on Friday.
2nd PMFC Commander Lt. Col. Ranny G. Casilla said the surrendered ex-rebel is from Cuyapo, Nueva Ecija.
She brought an NPA “subversive” document entitled “Rebolusyon” when she presented herself to the police here at 3:30 p.m.
Her surrender was an offshoot of a special intelligence operation conducted jointly by members of the 2nd PMFC, NEPPO-PIT-PIU, the military’s 84th Infantry Battalion, along with the police stations of Cuyapo, San Jose City, Muñoz Science City, Talavera, Gen. Natividad, Carranglan, Licab, Nampicuan, and Aliaga.
Casilla, in his report to Col. Jess B. Mendez, acting provincial police chief, said that the surrenderee was formerly with the NPA’s Josefino Corpuz Command in 1998 to 2002 which used to operate in Nueva Ecija, Pangasinan, Bulacan, Pampanga and NCR (National Capital Region).
As a token of the 2nd PMFC’s appreciation for her cooperation and willingness to voluntarily surrender to them, Casilla said they gave her several food packs and also pocket money as financial aid to her family.
“I urge all other CTG [communist terrorist group] members to surrender and return to the mainstream society and be able to avail the benefits of the Enhanced Comprehensive Local Integration Program (E-CLIP) being offered by the government,” said Col. Mendez.