The Quezon City Police District (QCPD) announced on Sunday, May 1, the successful celebration of Labor Day, which coincided with the “Duterte Legacy Caravan.”
The activity was held at the People Power Monument on Epifanio Delos Santos Avenue (EDSA) in Barangay Camp Aguinaldo, Quezon City.
A total of 1,500 police personnel from different agencies and force multipliers were deployed during the event, while around 12,000 “Lingkod Bayan Advocacy Groups” or supporters also joined, according to the QCPD.
The Duterte Legacy Caravan aims to inform the public regarding the government’s programs that are geared towards real change and delivery of basic services, it said.
It added that the caravan, which was intensified through the Integrated Sustainable Assistance Recovery and Advancement Program (ISARAP) of the government, ensures aid to the Filipinos in times of emergency like the Covid-19 pandemic.
“Ang Duterte Legacy ay ang pakikipagtulungan sa iba’t ibang ahensya ng gobyerno, gayundin sa mga volunteers mula sa Global Coalition of Advocacy Support Groups at Force Multipliers na naglalayong ipaalam sa publiko ang mga programa, polisiya, tagumpay, at pagsisikap ng gobyerno na nagdulot ng tunay na pagbabago sa pamamagitan ng pagpapakita ng tunay na mga kuwento mula sa mga benepisyaryo ng Administrasyong Duterte (The Duterte Legacy is a partnership with different government agencies, as well as Global Coalition of Advocacy Support Groups volunteers and Force Multipliers that aims to inform the public about the government’s programs, policies, successes, and efforts that resulted to real change, by showing real stories from the beneficiaries of the Duterte Administration,” QCPD director Brig. Gen. Remus Medina said.
The police chief also thanked the QCPD personnel, other government agencies , and stakeholders for the successful Duterte Legacy Caravan and Labor Day celebration.