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'Expect continuing military operations in the coming days to flush out BIFF in the peripheries of communities near the marshland,' Sobejana told reporters on Tuesday.
Cirilito Sobejana of the 6th ID told reporters Monday he has been receiving feedback from local officials that five BIFF gunmen were killed in their operations the past two days.
Sobejana stressed that threats made by the BIFF were meant to show the public that they are a force to be reckoned with even if they are not.
"These retaliations will continue," Misry said, adding the killings are to avenge BIFF members killed in military operations last week.
Von Al Haq, spokesperson for the Bangsamoro Islamic Armed Forces (BIAF), the MILF's armed wing, said they were also closely watching the movements of the BIFF in the SPMS box and other areas of Maguindanao.
Cabunoc said that while firefight was ongoing, the 39th IB has set up road blocks from Barangay Poblacion to Barangay Mayo, both in Datu Paglas, to monitor the presence of the BIFF in the area.
The former BIFF members handed over nine high-powered firearms, which included two caliber 50 sniper rifles, three rocket-propelled grenade launchers, one caliber 5.56mm M653 assault rifle, one caliber 7.62mm M14 rifle, and two 40mm M79 grenade launchers.
In its meeting Wednesday, the PPOC disclosed that the BIFF has taken into its ranks shabu peddlers to augment the dwindling number of its forces, while gaining an additional source of funds with profits from the sale of illegal drugs.
Sources from the local communities, among them elected officials, said the four BIFF fatalities, Samir Guinta, Undak Kamarudin, Sangkay Guiabar and Mohammad Bantuas, were killed by artillery from a nearby Army artillery base.
In North Cotabato, however, there is yet no exact number as to how many were recruits of Torayfe's BIFF.
Minola and Kabimbian readily confessed to their membership in the BIFF under the radical cleric Abu Toraife, whose real name is Esmael Abdulmalik.
'Our information is that the BIFF under Abu Toraife will transport IEDs on board motorized banca via the Tunggol river,' Rosario told reporters.