Globaltech Peryahan ng Bayan Operations has defied Nueva Vizcaya Gov. Carlos Padilla’s order as the Peryahan games continued to operate with lottery result of 19-24 posted in the glass wall in the building leased by Globaltech.
The hidden draw center of Globaltech Peryahan ng Bayan Jueteng Operation is to be located at a certain piggery along the road near a cemetery owned by a local politician in Bagabag town where the bets, paper paraphernalia and selected “cabos” are brought by a white vehicle.
Globaltech’s lottery simulated games runs from 1 to 38 only, two numbers lower with PCSO legal franchisee Small Town Lottery (STL) 1 to 40 operated by King’s 801 Gaming Corporation who signed a partnership contract last January 2019 with PCSO.
Collectors (kubradors) and bankers (cabos) from STL are said to be convinced by people from Boy Aleta’s group with the offer of higher percentage and salary.
In the Provincial Peace and Order Council the other day, Padilla and PNP Nueva Vizcaya Provincial Director Sr. Supt Richard Saavedra said “we are just waiting for the arrival of the original copy of the Deed of Authority from PCSO Central Office and a PCSO representative then we will start doing raids provincewide.”
Saavedra said, “If the receipts that we would confiscate will be from Globaltech kubradors then PCSO Nueva Vizcaya will have to file charges in court but if it’s the guerrilla type operations the PNP will file charges.”
The fiasco stemmed from the complaints from PCSO Nueva Vizcaya who said the daily total sales were going down while some officers from PRO2 leadership stopped some collectors and bankers of the legal permittee STL in collecting bets in Dupax town, while Globaltech’s lawyer made a no-show in a committee hearing in the Sangguniang Bayan.
Meanwhile, Provincial Legal Officer Voltaire Garcia in an ambush interview with the Manila Standard “any barangay official has no authority to issue permit to operate in any barangay in the province to Peryahan ng Bayan. They could be held criminally and civilly liable for these actions. It’s only the PCSO who had the authority.” Brenda Joson