AFP, kinondena ang pamemeke ng ATM ng isang miyembro ng PSG
admin • February 28, 2014 • 3383
“Kung meron tayong mga miyembro na lumalabag sa umiiral na batas ay sila ay dapat managot sa kanilang actions, ang ginawa ni Marcial (LTJG Raphael Marcial) ay wala sa standard na pinaiiral ng Sandatahang Lakas ng Pilipinas.” — AFP PIO Chief Lt. Col. Ramon Zagala
MANILA, Philippines – Kinondena ng Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) ang ginawa ni Lieutenant Junior Grade Raphael Marcial na miyembro ng Presidential Security Group (PSG) kaugnay sa pamemeke ng Automated Teller’s Machine card (ATM).
Ayon kay AFP PIO Chief Lt. Col. Ramon Zagala, mahaharap si Marcial sa summary dismissal at masasampahan ng paglabag sa prejudicial to good order and conduct unbecoming officer and gentleman.
Bukod pa ito sa paglabag sa Republic Act 8484 o E-Commerce Law.
Sa ngayon ay nakakulong sa PSG Headquarters si Marcial at agad na iti-turn over sa Philippine Navy pagkatapos ng imbestigasyon.
“Kung meron tayong mga miyembro na lumalabag sa umiiral na batas ay sila ay dapat managot sa kanilang actions, ang ginawa ni Marcial (LTJG Raphael Marcial) ay wala sa standard na pinaiiral ng Sandatahang Lakas ng Pilipinas,” pahayag ni Zagala.
Dagdag pa nito,” Hindi tino-tolerate ng AFP, nagkasala siya as a person at kailangan niyang pagbayaran yun.”
Bagama’t nakapag-piyansa si Marcial ay maaari naman itong matanggal sa serbisyo kung mapatutunayang nagkasala. (Lea Ylagan / Ruth Navales, UNTV News)
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The troops are set to aid other law enforcement agencies in ensuring an orderly and strict implementation of quarantine guidelines to prevent the further spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19).
“The Philippine Navy with the help of its stakeholders will also double its efforts to help the national government combat this unprecedented global pandemic,” the Philippine Navy said in a statement. AAC
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“The said personnel to include two officers and six enlisted personnel, are on outside duty and did not have any close contact with the President,” according to PSG Commander Col. Jesus Durante in a statement.
Meanwhile, Medialdea tested negative for COVID-19.
Durante also assured that the PDG is implementing strict health protocols for the safety of its personnel, dependents, as well as the safety of President Rodrigo Duterte.
“PSG remains steadfast in being a 360-degree shield for the President and the seat of central power in the country,” he said. AAC (with reports from Rosalie Coz)
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In a statement issued on Friday, the Navy said the vessel was in convoy with BRP Davao del Sur (LD602).
Naval Public Affairs Office Acting Director, LCdr. Maria Christina Roxas, said initial investigation showed that the fire that broke at the main engine room was put out in 10 minutes but injured two personnel with second degree burns and caused minor damage in some equipment.
“This unfortunate incident could have been worse if not for the promptness of our PN personnel in responding to the fire incident. We recognize the gallant efforts of our personnel in responding to the emergency situation in spite of the dangers involved. Rest assured that the safety and welfare of our personnel is of paramount importance,” Roxas added.
One of the two sailors who were injured in the fire is now receiving treatment in an Indian medical facility, while the other is in sickbay aboard the vessel.
Department of National Defense (DND) Secretary Delfin N. Lorenzana, in a statement released on Saturday, said the vessel has returned to Cochin, India, reaching the port under its own power and unassisted as it only sustained minor damage.
He added that the US Navy’s Naval Systems Command (NAVSEA) will assist in the repair of the BRP Alcaraz since the vessel was acquired from the US.
“We will also use existing diplomatic mechanisms and our defense cooperation agreement with India to facilitate and expedite work on the ship so that it can return to the country in the shortest time possible,” Lorenzana concluded. —/mbmf
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