No labor rallies reported in Central Luzon: Sermonia

CITY OF MALOLOS – No Labor Day rallies were monitored in Central Luzon, said Brig, Gen. Rhodel Sermonia, police regional director for Region 3.

Sermonia said the regional police office of Central Luzon conducted relief operations to more or less 15,000 displaced laborers in the region as part of the celebration for Labor Day and the activities were started on Thursday and ends Friday.

Each identified displaced labor worker on the implementation of the enhance community quarantine were given a whole dressed chicken, five kilos of rice and a pack of groceries.

Sermonia said the activities were in line with the Bayanihan to Heal as One Act that aims to gather public and private support to provide direct aid to the poorest of the poor affected by the quarantine and also in support of the PNP-launched Joint Industrial Peace Concerns Office (JIPCO) that fosters good relations among the industries, labor groups and government.

JIPCO has been established particularly at industrial parks to safeguard companies and workers against radical labor infiltration.

“We are scaling up our relief operations in order to reach all members of the society particularly the vulnerable sectors. This time, we are extending our support to the labor sector whose role in our country is very vital,” Sermonia said.

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