PNP happy with ‘peaceful’ INC rally

By , on September 1, 2015


The Philippine National Police on its 24th Founding Anniversary on January 26, 2015 led by DILG Secretary Mar Roxas and PNP Officer-In-Charge Police Deputy Director General Leonardo Espina. (Photo by Toti Navales; PNP Facebook page)
The Philippine National Police on its 24th Founding Anniversary on January 26, 2015 led by DILG Secretary Mar Roxas and PNP Officer-In-Charge Police Deputy Director General Leonardo Espina. (Photo by Toti Navales; PNP Facebook page)

MANILA — The Philippine National Police said they were happy about the “peaceful” Iglesia ni Cristo rally.

Chief Superintendent Joel Pagdilao, PNP-NCRPO Director on Monday said that though, it caused a lot of traffic in Metro Manila, the four-day rally ended peacefully.
“We are very happy na ito ay isang peaceful activity bagamat apektado ang traffic,” Pagdilao said in an interview.
He added that the INC leadership had been very cooperative during the rally.
“Sinasabi nga namin na safety and security, not only of the INC members but of the general public is our concern,” Pagdilao, head of Task Force Metro Manila Shield said.
(We were saying that the safety and security, not only of the INC members but of the general public is our concern.)
The four-day rally ended on Monday with the number of people going down to around 12,000 by 8 a.m.