Issue of June 11, 2017
Mt. Province

68th Courier Anniversary Issue
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Support of Muslims to city’s peace and order efforts urged
by PIO release

Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan urged the Muslim community in the city to support the peacekeeping, anti-criminality, and development efforts of the city.

Domogan told the Muslim community that the local government does not discriminate them in the implementation of programs and projects in the different barangays because the city is a melting pot of people from various parts of the country.

“We told them to police their own ranks so that we will be able to prevent unscrupulous individuals from creating trouble that will disturb peace in the city,” Domogan said.

He said members of the Muslim community should avoid the misconception that they are being singled out in the aggressive implementation of the local government’s peace initiatives, saying that everyone who commits an offense will be imposed the appropriate penalties. He said this  applies to all members of ethno-linguistic  groups living and conducting business in the city.

He belied the allegations of some Muslims that the city’s anti-peddling campaign is geared towards them.

He said  the law does not favor anyone. Domogan added  concerned government agencies and the local government unit implement laws without fear or favor.

Domogan also expressed gratitude to the positive response of Muslim leaders to his appeal for support.

He said  that residents should not also allow suspicious-looking individuals to wreak havoc in the city.

He said residents should not take the situation in Mindanao for granted because any untoward incident that may happen in the city could contribute in ruining the efforts of the concerned government agencies and the local government in sustaining peace and order.

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