Bataan police chief expects public support to ensure prosperity

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  • Raffy C. V.
  • 7 years ago

BALANGA CITY, Bataaan – Police authorities  here have  expected the continuing public support to prevent criminality and to work for more peaceful atmosphere  that would attract more investments in the province.


Senior superintendent Benjamin H. Silo, Jr. Bataan police provincial director said the cohesive and productive participation of the residents and different sectors of the society are necessary to achieve a prosperous and livable community.


Silo, a lawyer, explained that the provincial government headed by Governor Albert  Raymond S. Garcia  is focusing on its strategic  development plan  to ensure greater benefits for the residents  including efficient delivery of public health and social services, infrastructure, quality education, world-class technical skills training, job opportunities  and other  livelihood programs  which would uplift the socio-economic  status of the people in the historic peninsula.


With these initiatives, Silo said the local government  is moving toward charting a destiny  for the betterment  and  realistic future for the youth and their families .


The present situation  describes  Bataan as  relatively conducive, the  peaceful local scenario  reciprocates  with the province’s vision  that by year 2020, Bataan will be the preferred location for  eco-industrial investments  leading to the highest  developement index in the country.

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