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Philippine National Police Director General Ronald “Bato” Dela Rosa complained about the one-sded report of some media outlet that he labeled as “biased”. He believes that most media outlets are only showing one-sided stories of the country’s war on drugs. He also urged the US Senators who criticised the Philippine National Poloce and stopped US in selling firearms in the PH to verify the reports and try to visit the country personally to look what really happened during the war on drugs. He also asked them to avoid believing reports from biased media outlets.

“Kung makiusap ako sa kanila , para tayong magmamakaawa sa kanila. Pakiusap ko sa kanila please verify properly your reports. Kung gusto niyo kayo mismo yung pumunta dito feel it for yourselves anong nangyayari dito. Wag lang po kayong basta bastang tumanggap ng mga reports from biased media outlets. Yun ang aking advice sa kanila Dela Rosa said on Wednesday during a press conference in Camp Crame. He was also saddened that some media outlets don’t report the good result of Duterte administration’s war on drugs. “Prankahan tayo, merong mga biased, hindi lang sa local, pati sa international media outlets, ang nakikita lang nila yung masamang nangyayari. Yung kabutihan na nangyayari sa Pinas na dulot sa nangyari sa war on drugs hindi po nila binabalita, ang binabalita lang nila kung ano yung masama, kahit yung maliit na masamang makita nila, pinapalaki nila. Yung napakalaking kabutihan ngayon, hindi nila pinapakita. That’s how biased these people are.” This is the first time that Dela Rosa fumed and criticised the media outlets. President Duterte’s ‘War on Drugs’ catches the attention of the international community after international media outlets posted alarming news about alleged human rights violations during the Duterte administration. Source: Philippine National Police

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