PNP Chief Dela Rosa Offended by a Reporter's Question Accusing Duterte Admin as the Culprit in Davao City Bombing


Director Gen. Ronald "Bato" dela Rosa, the head of the Philippine National Police (PNP) was offended by a reporter's question accusing the Duterte administration as the real culprit in the Davao City Bombing.

Watch the Reactions of Gen. Bato When Asked About the Alleged Culprit in Davao City Bombing:



The reporter told the PNP Chief that there is a possibility that the Duterte administration orchestrated the deadly explosion in Davao City, the Philippine President's hometown, to justify an eventual declaration of martial law in the country.

Gen. Bato Dela Rosa responded by saying "Napakasakit naman na akusasyon 'yan. Mahal na mahal po ni Presidente 'yung aming siyudad ng Davao. Hindi niya kayang gawing 'yan.

(That accusation is really painful. The President and I love our home city of Davao. We cannot do something like that).We've already had enough of heartaches already," Gen. Dela Rosa said.

The PNP Chief cried foul over speculation that the Duterte government was behind the explosion in Davao City which caused the death of at least 14 innocent civilians and injuring at least 60 individuals.

PNP Chief Dela Rosa also added that "That's a a very accusation at ako mismo nag-aaburido ang ulo ko kapag naririnig ko yan,” Dela Rosa said.

The former Chief of Police of Davao City also said that such accusation or speculation was malicious and "unfair" especially as many people died from the incident. "We have enough of heartaches already. Nakailang bomba na po 'yung Davao since I became a policeman at ramdam po namin yung sakit kapag ikaw ay nabomba, tapos accuse mo pa sa presidente na kagagawan ng gobyerno," Dela Rosa said. 


PNP Chief Dela Rosa Offended by a Reporter's Question Accusing Duterte Admin as the Culprit in Davao City Bombing PNP Chief Dela Rosa Offended by a Reporter's Question Accusing Duterte Admin as the Culprit in Davao City Bombing Reviewed by Phil Newsome on 9/04/2016 Rating: 5

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