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Binarat ang Renta? Malacañang, Iimbestigahan ang UP at Ayala Land Deal!

Sisiyasatin ng Palasyo ang alegasyon na tumatanggap lang daw ng P22 per square meter na renta ang University of the Philippines (UP) mula sa UP-Ayala Land Technohub.

“I read in the Internet that yung Technohub diyan sa UP, ran by the Ayalas, parang maraming ginawang komputasyon yung nag research, parang lumalabas na ang buong lugar na yun is being rented by the Ayalas by less than P20 per square meter in 25 years. Kung totoo yun malaki na namang problema… Lahat ng anomaliya titignan ng gobyerno. Basta merong anomaliya. Hindi lang Ayala, lahat ng may kontrata na anomaliya titingnan natin,” sabi ni Presidential Spokesperson Salvador Panelo sa isang panayam sa radyo.

Magugunita na nitong nakalipas na mga araw ay naglabas ng research ang radio host at Manla Bulletin Columnist na si RJ Nieto (aka Thinking Pinoy) tungkol sa mababang pagpaparenta ng premyadong lote ng UP.

“UP NAMING BINARAT? AYALA PAYS UP ONLY ₱22 PER SQM MONTHLY RENT FOR UP AYALA TECHNOHUB

The Commission on Audit’s 2018 Annual Audit of the University of the Philippines System shows that UP has collected a total of Php 1.094 billion from the UP Ayala Technohub Project during the 11 years from 2008 to 2018.

UP leased Ayala Land, Inc. 380,630 sqm of prime land for this project, so that Ayala’s monthly rental payments to UP, on the average, amount a measly Php 21.77 per sqm.

Would you lease out a prime lot in Quezon City for just that much? sabi ni Nieto sa kanyag social media post.

Ipinaalala ni Nieto ang pagsibak ni Pangulong Duterte sa mga opisyal ng Nayong Pilipino dahil sa pagpapa-upa sa isang lote sa Pasay sa halagang P360 per square meter.

Note that Pres. Rody Duterte fired Nayong Pilipino officials for leasing out Pasay land for just Php 360 per sqm monthly, so if he finds out about this, what will he do to officials who leased land for just Php 22?” sabi ni Nieto sa kanyag social media post.

Source: Politiko | Thinking Pinoy | Philippine Star

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