TSE_v3.1_logo_2019
  • LATEST NEWS

    QC gov't denies using garbage truck in delivery of COVID-19 relief goods to residents

    MANILA, Philippines – The local government of Quezon City denied using a garbage truck in the delivery of their relief goods to residents affected by the ongoing community quarantine due to coronavirus disease (COVID-19).
    QC denies using garbage truck in delivery of COVID-19 relief goods to residents

    QC denies using garbage truck in delivery of COVID-19 relief goods to residents
    Photo of alleged garbage truck being used in relief goods delivery in Quezon City went viral | Photo Courtesy: Mila Tugano

    On Facebook, the official page of Quezon City Government issued an official statement on the viral photos showing what netizens described as a garbage truck in the delivery of relief goods in Barangay Pasong Tamo, Quezon City.

    They described the report as "fake news" and clarified that the truck is a cargo/utility truck.

    RELATED STORIES

    "Mula kay Brgy. Chairperson Banjo Pilar: Ang truck na ginamit sa paghahakot ng relief goods ay isang Cargo/Utility Truck na ginagamit sa maraming pangangailangan ng Barangay Pasong Tamo, Quezon City," they clarified.

    QC denies using garbage truck in delivery of COVID-19 relief goods to residents

    Netizens were enraged with viral posts claiming that a "garbage truck" was used to deliver relief goods to Quezon City residents. They said how disheartening it is to see the poor treatment of the government towards those in need.

    Actress and former Quezon City councilor Aiko Melendez was one of those who lamented the "inhumane" treatments to the residents.

    She wrote on her Facebook page, "Para naman di makatao ang trato nyo sa mga constituents nyo. Kung ako ay taga barangay Tatalon ipapasoli ko mga relief goods na yan dahil baka yan pa maging sanhi ng sakit."

    Aiko continued, "'Di pa nga tapos ang mga problema sa QC dagdag na naman to? My heart bleeds more now hindi porke't mahirap mahirap dn ang pagtrato nyo po. Sino ba inaasahan nyo sa tuwing eleksyon hindi po ba sila?!”

    Another netizen commented how the relief goods could now be contaminated after being placed in a garbage truck. He wrote, "Wala na po mamatay sa gutom sa mga mikrobya nalang. Grabe truck ng basura pagkaen po laman nyan. ganyan ba tingin mo sa mga mahihirap nakakaawa naman mga mahihirap sa lugar niyo."

    — Sally, The Summit Express

    3 comments:

    Write a comment
    1. Excellent article. Very interesting to read. I really love to read such a nice article. Thanks! keep rocking. Rubbish removal wolverhampton

      ReplyDelete
    2. nice post, keep up with this interesting work. It really is good to know that this topic is being covered also on this web site so cheers for taking time to discuss this! autonomous semi truck

      ReplyDelete
    3. Trucks were well known for transportation by the 60s and were turning into a more adaptable instrument. By then, at that point, the truck taxis had elastic suspension frameworks, greater perceivability because of higher up taxis, and more solace for drivers in the seats too. best off road coilover shock truck

      ReplyDelete

    Post Top Ad

    Post Bottom Ad