Relatives that claim their family members were victims of extra judicial killings under the Philippines 'war on drugs' held a rally on Tuesday outside a police station in the capital.
Relatives displayed pictures of their loved ones and offered flowers as they seek justice for victims of the illegal drugs campaign under Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte which started after he became president in 2016.
The rally was held outside a police station which conducted many anti-drug operations.
It happened ahead of All Soul's Day, when Filipinos go to the cemeteries to visit their dearly departed.
Police statistics show that more than 3,900 suspected drug dealers and users have been killed in police anti-drug operations since Duterte took office last year.
Another 2,000 homicide cases are suspected to be drug-related, while nearly 10,000 other homicide cases are under investigation.