QCPD files criminals raps vs transport group Manibela execs

QCPD files criminals raps vs transport group Manibela execs

/ 06:45 PM June 15, 2024

The Quezon City Police District (QCPD) said on Saturday that it filed criminal cases against Samahang Manibela Mananakay at Nagkaisang Terminal ng Transportasyon (Manibela) Chairperson Mario Valbuena and Manibela Bulacan/San Fernando, Pampanga president.

In this file photo taken in January 2024, transport groups Manibela and Piston stage a nationwide protest caravan from University Avenue in UP Diliman, Quezon City to Mendiola in Manila. INQUIRER PHOTO / NIÑO JESUS ORBETA

MANILA, Philippines — The Quezon City Police District (QCPD) said on Saturday that it filed criminal cases against Samahang Manibela Mananakay at Nagkaisang Terminal ng Transportasyon (Manibela) Chairperson Mario Valbuena and Manibela Bulacan/San Fernando, Pampanga president.

According to the QCPD, the cases were in connection with the transport strike done by Manibela from June 10 to 12, to protest the consolidation of jeepneys under the PUV modernization program (PUVMP).

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Protesters gathered in front of the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board’s office, the QCPD said.

The QCPD filed cases of alarm and scandal, resistance and disobedience, and violation of the Public Assembly Act, against the two.

“Kahapon, Hunyo 14, 2024, isinampa na ang mga kasong paglabag sa B.P.  880 (Public Assembly Act of 1985), Article 155 ng Revised Penal Code (Alarm and Scandals), at Article 151 ng RPC (Resistance and Disobedience) laban kina Valbuena at Manlapig sa Quezon City Prosecutor’s Office,” it said.

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(Yesterday, June 14, 2024, cases in violation of B.P. 880 (Public Assembly Act of 1985), Article 155 of the Revised Penal Code (Alarm and Scandals), and Article 151 ng RPC (Resistance and Disobedience) were filed against Valbuena and Manlapig in the Quezon City Prosecutor’s Office.)

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