Anti-terror Act of 2020 to protect youth from illegal drugs, terrorism

Anti-terror Act of 2020 to protect youth from illegal drugs, terrorism

A youth group has made it public that it is supporting the Anti-Terrorism bill as this will protect them against illegal drugs and violent extremism.

The Leaders and members of the Kabataan Kontra Droga at Terorismo (KKDAT) in Bulacan is in full support of the proposed measure as they are the main recipient and beneficiary of the law, since Bulacan have been terrorized by the communist rebels for decades.

“Now more than ever, there is an urgent need for the proposed measure to be passed so that they would not fall victim to the menaces of illegal drugs and terrorism,” the group said.

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Ayaw namin sa terrorista. Labanan ang terrorista. Isulong ang Anti-Terrorism Act of 2020. Mabuhay ng payapa at walang takot (We do not want terrorists. Fight the terrorists. Promote the Anti-Terrorism Act of 2020. Live a peaceful and fearless life),” said the KKDAT members during the Independence Day celebration.
In the virtual summit, other KKDAT from Central Luzon joined in the forum.
KKDAT aims as one of its main mission to strengthen the bond between the police and the youth in the country's renewed fight against the threats of illegal drugs and terrorism, this according to Col. Lawrence Cajipe, director of the Bulacan Police Provincial Office.

“KKDAT is one tool that the youth can use in reporting irregularities in their localities that can eventually prevent them from falling victims to illegal drugs and terrorism,” Cajipe said.

Gen. Alex Monteagudo, director-general of the National Intelligence Coordinating Agency; KKDAT Region 3 president, Kaye Ann Legaspi; KKDAT Ambassadress Michelle Gumabao; and heads of the different government agencies such as Department of the Interior and Local Government, and Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency, also participated in the virtual summit.

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