MPD cops nab 4 members of youth group Panday Sining
MANILA, Philippines — Four members of youth group Panday Sining were arrested and detained at the Manila Police District (MPD) headquarters on Saturday.
Lt. Col. Carlo Magno Manuel, chief of the MPD Public Information Office, said the four Panday Sining were being held at the MPD General Assignment and Investigation Section for investigation.
As of this writing, police have yet disclosed the names of the Panday Sining members.
According to militant group Anakbayan, the four were arrested while they were on their way home from a rally held on Bonifacio Day.
NOW: Indignation in front of the MPD calling for the release of detained Panday Sining members.
They were waylaid by over a dozen police, some in plainclothes while they were on their way home from the Bonifacio Day mobilization pic.twitter.com/fPacGI89iY
— Anakbayan (@anakbayan_ph) November 30, 2019
Anakbayan members staged an indignation rally in front of the MPD headquarters on U.N. Avenue in Manila, calling for the release of the arrested members.
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