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Tuesday, January 30, 2018

Veteran Columnists Jojo Robles, inusisa ang QC Project Barricading Times Street

QC Project Barricading Times Street, photo from philnews.xyz
Ang beterano na kolumnista at isang kilalang political analyst na si Jojo Robles ay nagtanong sa proyekto ng Quezon City government sa pag-barricade sa isang bahagi ng Times Street at pagsasara ng vehicular traffic.

Ayon kay Jojo Robles, ang pag-barricade ng Times Street ay hahadlang sa pagpasok sa ilang bahagi ng kalsada na madadaanan ang Number 25 Times ngunit hindi nagsiwalat ng anumang karagdagang detalye tungkol sa taong nakatira sa nasabing kalye.



Sinabi ni Robles na ang kanyang punto sa pagtatanong sa proyekto ng QC ay dahil sa katunayan na kung ang may-ari ng bahay na iyon ay hindi nais na makitungo sa mga nagprotesta at iba pang mga riffraff, hindi niya kailangang i-shut down ang isang pampublikong kalsada na isang mahalagang bypass para sa mga taong pupunta sa Quezon Ave. mula sa West Ave. at vice versa.

Bagama't hindi tinukoy ni Robles ang isang makapangyarihang indibidwal na ang residente ay matatagpuan sa Times Strait, ito ay isang kaalaman sa publiko na ang tahanan ni dating Pangulong Noynoy Aquino ay nasa No. 25 Times Street sa Quezon City

Narito ang kabuuang pahayag ni Jojo Robles:

BARRICADING TIMES. As the following photos show, the Quezon City government has started to close to vehicular traffic a portion of Times Street in the West Triangle area.



The barricading will prevent entry into that part of the street which goes past Number 25 Times. If you don’t know who lives there, then I don’t feel obligated to tell you.

My point is, if the resident of that house doesn’t want to have to deal with protesters and other riffraff, he doesn’t have to shut down a public road that is an important bypass for people going to Quezon Avenue from West Avenue and vice versa.

And may I remind this once-powerful resident of Times that he is no longer president — and that even his mom, after she stepped down, never thought of barricading herself in her home, like West Triangle was part of Hacienda Luisita.

Move out of Times and into a real gated community if you don’t want random people to drive by your home, jerk.

Don’t use our taxes to deprive us of an important bypass road. Or to ease your paranoia.



Narito ang ilang mga larawan ng Times Street Construction:
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Source: Jojo A. Robles FB page

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