Five TSK Corruption of Binjai Alkes Procurement Arrested

By : Herry Barus And Aldo Bella Putra | Monday, January 01 2018 - 21:30 IWST

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INDUSTRY.co.id - Medan - State Attorney Binjai arrested five suspects of alleged corruption cases of medical equipment procurement at RSUD Djoelham Kota Binjai, North Sumatera worth Rp14 billion sourced from APBN Budget Year 2012 funds.

Head of North Sumatra High Court Law Information Section Sumanggar Siagian, in Medan, Monday (1/1/2018) said the five supsects, namely initials SYA, as Committing Officer (PPK), and SHD, Chairman Working Group (Pokja) Procurement and Services.

Then, according to him, suspect BA, Farma Farm Branch Chief Medan in 2012, TD, Director of PT Mesarinda Abadi, and FNC, Director of PT Petan Daya.

"The five suspects, detained in prisons Class II A Binjai City, for the sake of investigation," said Sumanggar.

He mentioned that the newly secured suspect is a SYA initial, the status of a person search list (DPO) by the State Prosecutor (Kejari) Binjai, since it has been a few weeks manghilang.

The suspect was arrested by the High Prosecutor's Office (Kejati) North Sumatra in a star hotel on Jalan Darussaalam Medan, Thursday (28/12) night.

"The suspect who is also the state civil apparatus (ASN) at RSUD Djoelham Binjai, has been picked up by Kejari Binjai officers at the Kejati Sumut office," he said.

Sumanggar explained that after securing the five suspects, two more DPO status, namely initials MS, former Director of Djoelham Municipal Hospital of Binjai City and CPT, former Head of ULP Djoelham Binjai Hospital.

Both suspects are still missing and not yet known where it is, continues to search officers Kejari Binjai and Kejati North Sumatra.

"The two suspects, sought to be able to account for their actions, in the case of corruption," said a spokesman for North Sumatra.

The case of corruption of health equipment procurement project (Alkes) Djolham Binjai Hospital whose financing is sourced from the State Budget (APBN) worth Rp14 billion.

While the case, the state's financial losses Rp3, 5 billion according to the results of BPKP audit of North Sumatra.

In the case of corruption, the suspects inflate the price of procurement of goods and services conducted by Djoelham Binjai Hospital and not in accordance with Presidential Regulation (Pepres) No. 54 of 2010.

Kejari Binjai until now still continues to investigate the alkes corruption case.

Previously, the State Attorney Binjai, Monday (6/11) set seven suspects corruption cases procurement of medical equipment at RSUD Djoelham City Binjai worth Rp14 billion sourced from Budget Year 2012 Budget.

Determination of the seven suspects, based on the results of a case degree conducted special criminal investigator in front of the leadership of Kejari Binjai in early November 2017. (Ant)

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