NPA rebels torch quarry equipment in Rizal


LUCENA CITY, Philippines—Suspected New People’s Army rebels burned down heavy equipment owned by a quarry company in Rodriguez, Rizal, on Sunday afternoon, the regional spokesman of the military’s Southern Luzon Command, said on Monday.

Colonel Generoso Bolina said some 20 armed communist guerillas wearing Army fatigue uniforms swooped down on Sitio Tabak in Barangay (village) San Rafael and set on fire an undetermined number of equipment owned by Pacific Quarry.

Bolina said the torching of the equipment was caused by the refusal of the company to pay the so-called revolutionary taxes of the NPAs.

After the burning, the rebels withdrew towards the mountainous area, Bolina said.

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  • Fred

    NPA salot talaga. Marami na ang hindi nakiki simpatiya sa inyo!

  • Colokoy

    kailangan ng pera pra sa mga ksama nila tumakbong pgka senator at congressman

  • Rechel

    terorista talaga itong mga npa nagmamalinis salot pala sa lipunan…..

  • globe_smart_sun

    verygood ^_^

  • Albert Einstien

    MORE UNEMPLOYEd added to statistics….more investors PILA – PILA for pnoy…….

  • doncleo

    Revolutionary tax,pweeeehhh!!! walang alam tong mga hinayupak na NPA mang extort..mga tamad!! mga tulisan!!mga mangmang naman.

  • disqus_EWrSdjV1nv

    genocide. ubusin ang mga npa pati mga pamilya nila!!!

  • Luka Munyita

    Pati ba naman jan sa Rizal, may NPA pa rin? eh napakalapit lang nyan sa Manila?

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