On Wednesday, it is reported that more that 100 drug users have been surrendered in Agusan del Sur to the police because of the fear of the incoming President-elect Rodrigo Duterte that criminals will be punished and killed under his administration.
Mayor Jose Cuyos of Rosario town in Agusan del Sur during his program said that he will not tolerate illegal drugs under his constituents.
"Kung hindi kayo huminto niyan kayo na ang nagsabi na mamatay, at bakit? Dahil lumabag kayo sa batas. Gumagamit kayo [ng] droga na kontra yan sa batas hindi dapat na gumamit tayo [niyan] mga kapatid," Jose Cuyos said.
Earlier, the police in Rosario lauched Oplan TokHang or Oplan Toktok Hangyo (Oplan Katok Kumbinse), where authorities will visit each suspect at their residence and ask them to stop from peddling or using illegal drugs in their community. The suspects identify based on their database.
All citizens including the barangay officials answered the survey for the whereabouts of the suspects.
P/Insp. Christopher John Viajar of the Rosario Municipal Police Station said they would still confirm and monitor the information they gather to the survey before they put it on their list of suspects.
Suspects voluntarily surrendered to the police due to the fear and threat of their lives of incoming President Duterte once he assume the office. They promised and said they will stop using illegal drugs.