President Rodrigo Duterte has no plans of speaking to Philippine National Police chief Director General Ronald “Bato” Dela Rosa about altering the police’s technique in conducting legislation enforcement operations regardless of the current death of two youngsters on the police’s palms.
In an interview Tuesday (September 5), Duterte was requested if he plans to speak to Dela Rosa after the PNP chief cried throughout a Senate listening to on the killing of 17-year-old Kian Loyd Delos Santos.
“Wala. Continue with your work. Confront the criminals. In the performance of your duty, then make the arrest, and if there is a serious violent resistance, overcome that resistance. Why? Because you have to bring him to the court or bring him to the police station,” the President stated.
Duterte stated criminals, significantly those that use unlawful medicine, are normally armed.
He challenged the media to be part of police operations from begin to end to allow them to see for themselves the risks that policemen face.
“I suggest to the police to bring the hoards of media in their operation. Dadalhin mo lahat ng media, sige mag-linya kayo diyan, tingnan ninyo at we will try to make an arrest and see what develops,” Duterte stated.
The PNP has come below hearth following the deaths of Delos Santos and 19-year-old Carl Arnaiz in anti-drug operations in Caloocan City final August.
Dela Rosa cried through the Senate public order and harmful medicine committee’s listening to on Delos Santos’ death after Senator Risa Hontiveros famous that the killing of minors not seem to be an remoted case below the administration.