The National Capital Region Police Office, Chief, PMGEN DEBOLD M SINAS applauds Manila Police District and Northern Police District for the successful conduct of Dialogue and Signing of Peace Covenant with our Muslim Brothers and Sisters that aims to strengthen the relationship between our police personnel and the Muslim community.
Initially, NCRPO Regional Director PMGEN SINAS started the first Dialogue and Signing of Peace Covenant with our Muslim Brothers and Sisters at the Blue Masjid, Mindanao Avenue, Maharlika Village, Taguig City on August 28, 2020 at around 1:30 PM.
Following the initial dialogue, on September 24, 2020 at around 2:00 PM, Northern Police District conducted the Dialogue and Signing of Peace Covenant with our Muslim Brothers and Sisters in Northern Metro. It was held at the Cinema 4 SM City Valenzuela, Mc Arthur Highway, Karuhatan, Valenzuela City.
The occasion was graced by PBGEN Ronaldo Genaro E Ylagan, District Director, of Northern Police District and was participated by the Chiefs of Police and Chief, Community Affairs Section of CAMANAVA City Police Stations and twenty six (26) Imam/Leaders and Salaam civilian volunteers, Barangay Officials, Barangay Peacekeeping Action Team and other members of Non-Government Organizations.
The Dialogue and Peace Covenant aims to educate the public on the factual intent of the Anti-Terrorism Act of 2020, to provide support for the information dissemination and to counter the negative issues that may be thrown against the PNP associated with this act.
Subsequently, on September 25, 2020 about 3:00PM at the Covered Gym of Nazarene Catholic School at 1053 R. Hidalgo St., Quiapo, Manila Police District conducted similar activity.
The occasion was headed by Manila Police District, District Director PBGEN Rolando F Miranda represented by PCOL Nicolas S Salvador, District Deputy Director for Operations, MPD and participated by all the Station Commanders of MPD, the District Community Affairs Development Division personnel and Sultan Omar Paumbaya the Administrator for Manila Golden Mosque along with eighty one (81) other Muslim Brothers, Sisters.
Moreover, as a proof to this agreement, both NPD and MPD personnel along with our Muslim Brothers and Sisters recited their Pledge of Commitment and affixed their name and signature in the Peace Covenant.
“This Peace Covenant will surely bring a harmonious relationship with our Muslim Brothers and Sisters in terms of coexisting in one community. Having shared responsibility to maintain peace and order and avoiding any form of crimes that may compromise each other. This also manifests that regardless of our differences we can unite as one for the betterment of the community we are living in,” PMGEN SINAS stated.