Senate Minority Leader Franklin Drilon is shocked the Philippine National Police (PNP) has no directive to cease the rise in alleged abstract killings dedicated by some regulation enforcers.
“I’m really disappointed that up to this time, with the thousands of deaths arising from police operations, there is no command plan as to how to stop the EJKs. Medyo nakakatakot na, ano ba? Wala bang planong itigil ito? Iyun po ang nakakabahala at ‘yan ang dapat malaman ng taumbayan na walang tigil ito,” Drilon mentioned in an interview with reporters.
PNP Chief Ronald dela Rosa admitted throughout Tuesday’s Senate listening to that there was no command plan to cease the extrajudicial killings (EJKs) apart from the final police guide.
“Everything is in the police operational procedure, we just have to follow police operational procedure. You talk about plan your honor, there’s none,” dela Rosa mentioned throughout the Senate’s persevering with investigation on the killing of 17-year-old Kian Loyd delos Santos.
In the mentioned listening to, the PNP chief claimed there have been 2,216 deaths ensuing from professional police operations. However, media stories that the death toll from EJKs has already attain 7,000.
“Ako’y nabahahala na walang command plan to stop this,” mentioned Drilon.
But dela Rosa was adamant that there’s no state coverage from the President to kill drug personalities or if such was a part of the marketing campaign on the warfare in opposition to medication.