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2 NPA rebels surrender in Zambales

/ 08:22 PM October 15, 2021
2 NPA rebels surrender in Zambales

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SAN ANTONIO, Zambales—Two members of rebel groups in this province have voluntarily turned themselves in to authorities on Friday (Oct. 15) as the government troops continued to intensify their campaign against communism.

In a report, Col. Romano Cardiño, Zambales police director, identified the two as alias “Michael” and alias “Sherly.”

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Cardiño said Michael, a 22-year-old farmer in San Marcelino town, is an active New People’s Army member. His surrender was facilitated by the National Commission on Indigenous Peoples.

Michael also surrendered his .30-caliber M1 carbine rifle.

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On the other hand, Sherly is a fisherman in Masinloc town and a former member of the rebel group Rebolusyunaryong Hukbong Bayan.

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