ON POLO CONTROVERSY
Director Rodolfo Inson of the Department of Agrarian Reform Region 7 assured yesterday that land reform beneficiaries will be peacefully installed to the CARP-covered Polo Coconut Plantation in Tanjay City, Negros Oriental.
Inson gave the assurance as he was set to meet with members of the ARIBA, who filed an inclusion/exclusion petition with the DAR, to appeal to them to allow the peaceful and orderly installation of farmer-beneficiaries under the Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Program.
Inson, who arrived in Dumaguete, allayed fears of possible bloodshed at the landholding owned by former Senator Rene Espina Jr., on reports that ARIBA members may just have to defend themselves if pushed to the limit.
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