5.7-million marijuana plants burned in Kalinga, Mt. Province
Manila Bulletin|August 8, 2020
CAMP DANGWA, Benguet – A total of 5.7 million worth of marijuana plants was uprooted and burned during the marijuana eradication in Sadanga, Mt. Province, and Tinglayan, Kalinga, the Police Regional Office (PRO)Cordillera, reported.
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