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Investigate accusations of kidnapping, senators ask PNP.

The Philippine National Police (PNP) should investigate and confirm recent claims of abductions, notably of young women, in addition to ensuring that the country’s peace and order situation is under control.

Imee Marcos and Ramon Revilla, Jr., senators, expressed their anxiety on Friday about the increasing number of cases involving missing young women.

Revilla requested a deeper investigation in a letter to the PNP on Friday.

“It is crucial that we ascertain whether these reports are accurate or if there are merely criminals who are sowing fear, according to Revilla. “Malagang matukoy natin kung may katotohanan sa mga balita ito, o kung may mga masasamang loob lamang nais magpalaganap ng takot sa taumbayan,” Revilla said in a statement

Revilla argued that if they turned out to be scams, the PNP should see to it that the perpetrators are found and held accountable.

Marcos also requested that cases be filed with the PNP and the National Bureau of Investigation.

“brutal pang pinatay lalo na ang mga kabataang babae na ginahasa na. Especially the young women who were brutally murdered in addition to being raped, there was no one to be sasantuhin. Without exceptions), “In another statement, Marcos said.

The PNP recently denied allegations that the string of alleged killings and disappearances were the work of a serial killer or a gang traveling in white vans.

Col. Jean Fajardo, a spokesman for the PNP, stated that no occurrences involving white vans had been reported.

She added that they discovered distinct motives in each event, ruling out the likelihood that a serial killer was responsible for the incidents.

The PNP chief, Gen. Rodolfo Azurin Jr., stated at the anniversary celebration of the Police Regional Office 3 (Central Luzon) headquarters on Thursday that crime statistics indicated a consistent drop for more than 12 years.

“When President PNoy (Benigno Aquino III) and President (Rodrigo) Duterte’s administrations are compared, a decline of 5.85 percent is recorded, “added Azurin.

Additionally, he said that since President Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. took office, there has been a decline of 45.24 percent.

He continued by saying that since 2010, index crimes (murder, homicide, physical injury, theft, robbery, rape, and car theft) have been declining.

Azurin emphasized that “there is no breakdown of law and order,” the overall state of affairs is still controllable, and the PNP would continue to strive to lower crime rates.

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