Tarlac NBI clarifies abduction of an Indian national
June 16, 2010 7:59 pm
CAMP MACABULOS, Tarlac, June 16 — The National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) provincial office has denied that their agency has something to do with the missing Indian national who was reportedly abducted in Barangay Poblacion 3, Pura town last Sunday.
The NBI Tarlac clarified that their office did not have any operation in the province, particularly in the said town on that day.
In his report to PRO3 director Chief Supt. Arturo G. Cacdac, Tarlac Police Provincial Office director Senior Supt. Amador V. Corpus identified victim as Sormuk Singh, businessman, and presently residing in Paniqui town.
Corpus said Singh was taken by unidentified men armed with handgun wearing black long sleeves with markings NBI at 12 noon last June 13 at the said place of incident.
The incident was reported by a certain Danilo Dela Cruz to Barangay chairman Floroseyed Tadeo, who in turn reported the matter to Pura Police Station.
Provincial Intelligence Branch head Supt. Bayani Razalan disclosed that prior to the incident, a certain Eufronio Santos, 62, married also of said place, noticed that metallic silver car with plate number WNF 998 was parked in front of their residence on May 30 up to June 3.
Santos was able to jot down the plate number of the vehicle and took a video but when they saw the suspects wearing NBI markings, he thought that it was an operation.
He saw the assumed operatives have fled towards south direction.
But after the course of verification at the NBI Tarlac, they have denied that they conducted an operation on that day particularly in Pura town.
It was revealed that the abductors of Singh have at first asked ransom money of P15 million but later went down to only P1 million.
Singh is reportedly has two kids to a Filipina, who is residing in Victoria town. (PNA)