NPA on brink of collapse: Ex- rebel leaders

NPA on brink of collapse: Ex- rebel leaders




Another good news has reached the Armed Forces of the Philippines.
This after three high ranking leaders of the New People’s Army (NPA) who have returned to the fold of the law.


The three leaders also told Army’s 91st Infantry Battalion (91IB) and Philippine National Police (PNP) from Aurora and Nueva Ecija that the communist movement its organization I on the brink of collapse.
Three ranking leaders of the New People's Army surrender their firearms to the Army’s 91st Infantry Battalion (91IB) and Philippine National Police (PNP) in a secluded area of Sitio Balitwak, Barangay San Isidro, San Luis, Aurora on Saturday, June 27, 2020. (Photo courtesy of the Army's 9th Infantry Battalion)

They belonged to the Komiteng Larangan Gerilya Sierra Madre (KLG SM) operating in the province in a secluded area in Sitio Balitwak, Barangay San Isidro, San Luis, Aurora.
As the three surrendered they also brought with them two M16 5.56mm rifles and an M653 5.56mm rifle or Baby Armalite to the Army’s 91st Infantry Battalion (91IB) and Philippine National Police (PNP) from Aurora and Nueva Ecija.
The three ranking NPA surrenderers, who introduced themselves as alias "Ka Dingdong", "Ka Dong" and "Ka Junjun", said what remains of the NPA membership is already weak.


Ka Dingdong, a squad leader, and team leaders Ka Dong and Ka Junjun, said from the previous three platoons of KLG SM, there is now only one platoon under the leadership of its commanding officer Harold Miňosa and vice commanding officer Sudario Lee alias "Ka Aura".
The numbers of the communist rebels are dwindling as many have turned themselves to the fold of law due to the hardships they are experiencing in the mountains.
“Sa totoo lang hindi na namin kaya ang paghihirap sa loob ng kilusan. Ito ang nararanasan ng hukbo, gutom at pagod, nararamdaman namin na wala ng patutunguhan ang ipinaglalaban namin. Nalinlang kami ng dati naming mga kasamahan. Lakad lang kami ng lakad, walang katapusan kaya kusang loob na kaming sumuko at nagbaba ng armas (The truth is we can no longer bear the hardships inside the movement. This is what the comrades are experiencing, hunger and fatigue. We feel that what we were fighting for nothing. We were fooled by our former comrades. We were just walking and walking and there is no ending. That is why, we decided to surrender and yield our firearms),” they said.



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