Faux spare sections for motorcycles and other motor vehicles worthy of P50 million ended up uncovered by the Countrywide Bureau of Investigation (NBI) in a warehouse in Bulacan.
According to John Consulta’s report on “24 Oras” on Wednesday, the NBI Mental Assets Rights Division (IPRD) raided a warehouse in Bocaue as effectively as stores in Baliuag and Caloocan Metropolis.
The warehouse contained various packing containers of bogus bearings, valve seals, and oil filters, amid many others.
The NBI claimed it was tipped off by a organization that distributes spare pieces for bikes and motor vehicles from Japan.
“Halos gayang-gaya kahit anong detalye pati ‘yung mga selyo. Itong mga nakumpiska natin, ito’y ipagpapaalam natin sa court for destruction. ‘Pag pinayagan tayo ng courtroom, itong mga pekeng bearing ay hindi na magamit,” NBI-IPRD chief Glenn Ricarte explained.
“‘Pag ma-disrupt ‘yung operation ng auto, puwedeng maaksidente. ‘Pag merong maaksidente, siyempre puwedeng masaktan ‘yung driver o mga pasahero nito,” he added.
The staff who have been existing at the shops through the raid refused to remark on the issue.—Julia Mari Ornedo/LDF, GMA News
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