"Project Tokhang had its highs and lows. Let us make sure that ‘Oplan Tokhang Revisited’ will not repeat the same mistakes as its predecessor program and help redeem the tarnished image of the PNP. This time, let us be more stringent in our anti-illegal drug regulations and operations."
-DILG Secretary Ismael 'Mike' D. Sueno on the reactivation of the anti-illegal drugs campaign of the government now dubbed as "Oplan Tokhang Revisited"
Sueno on Tokhang 2:
Avoid committing mistakes of the past
DILG Secretary Ismael ‘Mike’ D. Sueno urges the Philippine National Police (PNP) to be more cautious this time in carrying out its anti-drug operations under the re-launched ‘Oplan Tokhang Revisited’.
“This time, let us be more stringent in our anti-illegal drug regulations and operations. Dapat wala ng mangyaring hanky-panky,” Sueno said.
DILG gauges citizen satisfaction
on local programs through feedback
The Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) is carrying out a citizens’ feedback mechanism that will effectively gauge their awareness, availment and satisfaction on the mandated services of local government units (LGUs).
As rabies continues to be a public health problem in the Philippines, the DILG has called on local chief executives (LCEs) to support the Rabies Awareness Month celebration this March with the theme, “Rabies Iwasan, Alaga’y Pabakunahan.”
MAGALANG, PAMPANGA — In order to raise awareness on the MASA MASID program, DILG Region 3 graced the seminar on MASA MASID of the Philippine Public Safety College- Regional Training Center 3 (PPSC-RTC3) on February 24, 2017.
BORACAY, AKLAN — The ASEAN 2017 Summit held at Boracay Island recently ended with success thanks to the dedicated efforts of 21 committee agencies composing the Multi-Agency Coordinating Committee (MACC). Headed by Regional Director Atty. Anthony C. Nuyda, CESO III through Provincial Director John Ace Azarcon and LGMED Chief Dino A. Ponsaran, the DILG was entrusted with 3 roles namely the conduct of Synchronized Communication and Community Relations.
PNP activates drug enforcement group; Double Barrel reloaded, Tokhang Revisited
The Philippine National Police is resuming anti-illegal drugs operations in support to the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA), after a brief suspension since January as an offshoot of a tragic incident involving some anti-narcotics operatives.
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