More than 500 individuals join in theindignation rally, which was held at the Old Bacolod City Hal in this cityyesterday morning. Two former NPAs spoke against their previous affiliation and encouraged theattendees especially parents to protect their children against recruitment bythe party-list organizations under the CPP, since the youth are the maintargets of the terrorist organization.A video presentation was shown to the attendees showing the deceit, atrocitiesand criminal activities of the NPAs over their 51 years of existence.Colonel Inocencio Pasaporte, 303rd Infantry Brigade Commander, lauded theeffort of the people of Negros Occidental particularly the city government incondemning the communists guerillas. “Wala rason para mag saulog ang CPP sang ila nga anibersaryo tungod ang bilog nga pumuluyo sang Negros nakahibalo na sang kamatuoran kag indi lipodsa ila ang kahalitan kag perwisyo nga nahatag sang NPA sa sulod sang lima ka dekada,” Pasaporte said. The city government earlier joinedother local government units in the province in rejecting CPP-NPA’s presencethrough a resolution declaring the communist rebels persona non grata (unwelcomedpersons)./PN BACOLOD City – To rebuke atrocitiesperpetrated by the Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) and itsarmed wing, New People’s Army (NPA), village officials and anticrime forceshere staged an indignation rally. “This rally is intended to bringawareness to the people of the evil acts behind deception and lies of thecommunist rebels,” Major Edison Garcia, information officer of the NegrosOccidental Police Provincial Office said. According to Garcia, the rally washeld as CPP-NPA celebrates its 51st founding anniversary today.