North Cemetery issues reminders for All Saints’ Day
Various reminders to the public ahead of the observance of the All Saints’ Day were released by the Manila North Cemetery (MNC) management to ensure safety and convenience. According to the advisory, interment and cremation will not be allowed starting Oct. 29 to Nov. 2.
The management also stated that entry of all types of vehicles will not be allowed from 6 p.m. of Oct. 29 until Nov. 2.
Visitors are also advised that the cleaning of tombs will be only allowed until Oct. 29.
The cemetery’s gates 2 and 3 along A. Bonifacio Street will be opened on Nov. 1 at noontime, for visitors who will be exiting the cemetery.
The advisory also added that bringing of firearms and other deadly weapons such as screwdrivers, knives, ice picks among others are not allowed.
Bringing of pets, loud sound systems or instruments, flammable materials, liquor and gambling paraphernalia are also prohibited inside the vicinity.
Furthermore, burning of garbage is also strictly prohibited, as stated in the advisory.
“This advisory was released early to the public to avoid any last-minute preparations and to avoid any untoward incidents during the observance of All Saints’ Day,” said Manila’s public information officer Bambi Purisima.
“Rest assured that everything will be in order because the police led by Supt. Joel Napoleon Coronel will be on top of the situation,” added Purisima. din iyan ng drugs at nasa watchlist (A lot of complaints have been reported against him because he often causes trouble – I know that because I’m in the monitoring team; he also sells drugs and he’s on the watchlist,” Gamboa said.
Meanwhile, Caloocan City Risk Reduction and Management Council has yet to provide the police a copy of the footage of the incident.
“We do not know if the incident was taken by the CCTV cameras because no one was there to operate last night. They are all in a seminar in Clark until Sunday. We cannot give a copy because there’s no one to operate,” the staff told this reporter.