Son Stab His Mother in La Union Due to Fight over Gov’t Cash Aid

ROSARIO, LA UNION – a 34-year-old son stab his mother to death due to fighting over Social Amelioration Program (SAP) cash aid given.

Mother in La Union
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As the public health crisis still continues, the government is already distributing relief goods and giving cash aid or known as the Social Amelioration Program to help the residents whose jobs were affected by the lockdown protocols.

However, there are reports that some recipients using cash assistance inappropriately. Lots of beneficiaries were arrested for committing crimes amid the existing enhanced community quarantine such as gambling, illegal cockfighting, and worst is drug-related.

Meanwhile in La Union, a mother was killed after her son stab him to death in Barangay Amlang due to a cash aid fight Friday afternoon. The victim was rushed to the hospital but is declared dead on arrival.

According to the report, during a police investigation, the two quarreled over the fact that the lady had not given her 34-year-old son some money from the social amelioration program.

His mother is among the beneficiaries of the government funded amid COVID-19 pandemics. The suspect is now in the custody of Rosario Police Station and charges readies to file over him.

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