|Policemen bury the skeletal remains of New People's Army members. (Photo from: PNP Northern Samar)|
[아시아뉴스통신=페이 기자] The Philippine National Police (PNP) and the local government of Bobon, Northern Samar have given a decent burial to two members of the New People’s Army and to three residents whose remains were unearthed from a burial ground of the communist terrorist group.
PNP Northern Samar provincial director Col. Reynaldo Dela Cruz led a simple burial ceremony on Monday in Bobon town witnessed by local police, personnel of the 1st Northern Samar Provincial Mobile Force Company, and relatives. Authorities identified one of the remains as Emma Termo, an active member of the Communist NPA Terrorists from Calbayog City.
Reliable information given by a rebel returnee revealed that sometime in the year 2009, NPA members buried the body of Termo, who died during an encounter incident in E. Duran village, Bobon town. The other remains were believed to be of a certain Dayna, a rebel fighter who died in 2019. Others were identified as that of Boy Egos, Myrna Nordan, and Cesar Bantalan, all residents of Bobon town.