THE Quezon City Police District (QCPD) said it does not and will never allow alleged red-tagging.
This was emphasized by QCPD Director, PBGen Antonio Yarra referring to an inadvertent post over social media.
The post originated from the Facebook Page of Peace Philippines – a youth organization whose legitimacy is now being verified.
Meanwhile, the QCPD expressed apology particularly to Ana Patricia Non, the woman behind the Maginhawa community pantry which aims to help those in need through food and essential goods donated by private citizens.
The QCPD also reassured None of her safety and protection.
The QCPD said they are now reaching out with the organizer/outlet manager as they are very much willing to support the noble cause especially in this time of pandemic.
As social media handlers maintain official social media platforms, the QCPD leadership reminded them to be more circumspect and sensitive in their functions to protect the interest of the people and to sincerely serve the public.
“We do not discredit any groups instead we encourage BAYANIHAN spirit in support to Mayor Joy Belmonte’s united stance to address the needs and plight of the people amidst the pandemic,” added the QCPD chief.Publication Source : People's Tonight