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Kim Chiu criticizes QC Local Government’s negligence which resulted in arrest of some QC dwellers

Based on a report, there were 20 protesters arrested, of which 14 were male and 6 were female residents of Barangay Bagong Pag-Asa, for “staging a rally without any permit issued by the authorities.”

Chinita Princess Kim Chiu condemned the local government of Quezon City for not taking care of its people which resulted in a riot between military officials and the city residents and led to the arrest of 20 protesters who took to the streets to demand food and adequate assistance.

This incident was caught-on-cam and is currently making rounds online.

On April 1, Wednesday, the Love Thy Woman star took her sentiments to Twitter by reposting the video.

She wrote, “Ang hirap ng sitwasyon ng mga tao ngayon. Papasok na ang 3rd week of the community quarantine. Hindi dapat hulihin or bugbugin ang kailangan kausapin, they will not be doing those things kung nabibigyan sila ng tamang atensyon and support from the local government. [praying emoji]”

In a separate post, the 29-year old actress urged the local government to do something about the incident especially most of the arrested protesters were male and are breadwinners of the family.

She said, “Seeing this, sila ang padre de pamilya ng bahay nila. Sila ang incharge ng mag provide ng pagkain sa bahay nila. Paano na ang asawa at anak nila kung huhulihin pa sila. The local govt has to do something about this. [praying emoji]”

The militant group Bagong Alyansang Makabayan (Bayan) also condemned the arrest of some QC residents who were only crying for help from the government in the midst of the Luzon-wide enhanced community quarantine (ECQ).



“Mariin naming kinokondena ang pandarahas at pag-aresto sa mga taong nagugutom at humihingi ng pagkain at kagyat na tulong mula sa gobyerno [We strongly condemn the violence and the arrest made against those who are hungry and only asking for food and urgent help from the government],” Bayan Secretary-General Renato Reyes stated.

Based on a report, there were 20 protesters arrested, of which 14 were male and 6 were female residents of Barangay Bagong Pag-Asa, for “staging a rally without any permit issued by the authorities.”

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