MANILA – Ilalabas ngayong Enero ang pasya sa kaso ng 67 pulis na ipinatatanggal ni Pangulong Rodrigo Duterte, sinabi ng hepe ng Philippine National Police, Lunes.
Sinabi ni PNP chief Director General Ronald Dela Rosa na tinatapos na ng National Police Commission ang pagresolba sa mga kaso upang maisumite ito sa Malacañang para sa pinal na desisyon.
“Depende sa resolution na galing sa Napolcom. Kung dismissal from the service, I am sure the president will agree right away, lalo na sa 3rd level officers, mga S/Supt,” sabi ni Dela Rosa sa isang press briefing.
Dawit aniya ang 67 akusadong pulis sa neglect of duty, grave misconduct, at absence without leave.
Senior Superintendent ang pinakamataas na ranggo ng mga pulis na nangangabi masibak, banggit ni Dela Rosa.
Philippine National Police (PNP) chief Director General Ronald “Bato” dela Rosa allayed fears of possible movements by terror groups in Manila following the explosions in Quiapo Saturday.
Dela Rosa said PNP has not received intelligence reports about planned bombings by threat groups, stressing the recent Quiapo explosions were personally motivated and had no terror link.
“Wala kaming nare-receive so far sa aming intelligence na may magpapasabog dito na kalaban from the threat groups,” he said in a press conference Monday.
The PNP chief also apologized over the incident, saying personal feuds are not part of their intelligence gatherings.
He added that other intelligence agencies should be given time to explain their side.
“Hindi kami naghahanap ng alibi. We are very sorry about that. Nasabugan tayo,” said Dela Rosa.
Meanwhile, Dela Rosa said it is still safe for devotees to hear Mass at Quiapo Church because safety measures have been put in place and church officials are coordinating with authorities.
Mobile services in Quiapo and neighboring areas were suspended on Sunday as authorities conducted a post-blast investigation. Dela Rosa urged the public to remain vigilant and to report anything suspicious to the police.