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Late-night videoke sessions not allowed in Cavite —governor


The local government of Cavite has created a hotline that will cater for the complaints of residents against late-night videoke sessions.

In an interview on Dobol B sa News TV on Tuesday, Governor Jonvic Remulla said police vehicles will patrol the province to check if there are individuals who engage in drinking and videoke sessions after 8 p.m.

"Minabuti na namin na itigil na 'yan, 8 o'clock itigil na tapos hindi puwedeng habang nag-iinuman, nagvi-videoke. Binawal na din namin so para ma-lessen ang transmission ng COVID," Remulla said.

"Nagtayo na kami ng hotline, mayroon naman kaming lagpas na halos 300 na police vehicles na rumoronda sa Cavite tapos tatawagan sila ng commanding officers nila, obligado silang puntahan, pagsabihan 'yung mga violators."

Those who will not follow the new protocol could be arrested, according to Remulla.

"Kung ayaw pa rin tumigil, may right silang arestuhin for disobedience to authority," Remulla said.

In a separate Facebook post, Remulla said there have been complaints about videoke sessions that last until the wee hours.

"Sorry po ngunit kahit sabihin ninyo pang kayo ay nasa loob naman ng inyong tahanan, ang ingay na dulot nito ay maituturing na labag na sa tinakdang curfew hours," Remulla said.

Remulla said residents may report through the number 0916-986-0679

"Ito po ang PNP Action Line. Ang instructions ko po ay idaan muna sa mapayapang pakiusap. Ngunit kung pasaway pa rin at sila pa ang galit, ito ay magiging DISOBEDIENCE TO AUTHORITY na," he said in the Facebook post. —KBK, GMA News