Malacanang: Drug syndicates operating in PH won't prosper

Malacanang: Drug syndicates operating in PH won't prosper

The administration’s war on drugs continues with the same fervor as  it was when it all started.
Malacanang has warned drug syndicates who have been persistently trying to smuggle shabu in the country that they will never succeed.

Presidential Spokesperson Atty. Salvador Panelo gave that statement when the Philippine National Police (PNP) seized PHP2.5 billion worth of shabu from a Chinese national during a buy-bust operation in Makati City
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"Kahit na tuloy ang (Oplan) Tokhang, 'yung mga sindikato, gumagawa ng paraan iyan para makapasok. (Despite the implementation of Oplan Tokhang, the syndicates are making a way to enter the country)," he said in a rdio interview.

"Sa akin, ang mahalaga, nahuhuli rin natin eh, natutuklas din natin. Kahit na anong gawin nilang maniobra diyan, magagaling naman ang mga operatiba natin (What's important to me is we're able to arrest them and discover their illegal act. They may be doing a good maneuver, but our operatives are doing great)," he added.

The amount of shabu – 371 kilograms all in all is one of tha largest haul of illegal drugs in 2019, was discovered in an apartment in San Antonio village in Makati City.

Panelo continues his faith on the PNP that they are on top of the situation in stopping the proliferation of drugs in the country.

"Eh alam na ng PNP ang gagawin nila diyan. Hindi naman nagpapabaya iyang mga iyan (The PNP knows what needs to be done. It will not neglect its duty)," he said.

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