800 policemen mobilized in Pangasinan for ‘Undas’

DAGUPAN CITY, — At least 800 policemen will be deployed in all points of convergence in the province such as cemeteries, malls and transportation terminals to ensure peaceful observance of “Undas” or All Saints’ Day and All Souls’ Day in Pangasinan.

This was bared by Supt. Frankie del Rosario, information officer of the Pangasinan Police Provincial Office, noting that during “Undas”, thousands of people will flock to Pangasinan for a chance to visit the tombs of their loved ones in various cemeteries and to also have a reunion with their relatives.

He said the police will put up motorist assistance center in all major thoroughfares in the province to provide assistance as well as guide motorists going to cemeteries, malls, and even tourist spots.

At the same time, heightened police visibility will be enforced in all entries of cemeteries to prevent the entry of prohibited items such firearms, deadly or bladed weapons, loud speakers, and gambling paraphernalia.

He also cautioned people leaving their homes to ask their trusted neighbors to watch their house, lock all doors and windows to block all possible entrance to their house, and unplug all electrical units unplug that may cause fire. PNA-northboundasia.com