Poempida Hidayatullah Challenges KPK, Enter the BPJS Manpower

By : Herry Barus And Aldo Bella Putra | Monday, April 09 2018 - 15:00 IWST

Poempida Hidayatulloh, Anggota Dewan Pengawas BPJS TK (Foto Dok Industry.coid)
Poempida Hidayatulloh, Anggota Dewan Pengawas BPJS TK (Foto Dok Industry.coid)

INDUSTRY.co.id - Jakarta, Post meeting BPJS Kindergarten with KPK discuss the cooperation related to the escort of workers funds worth Rp 320 trillion. BPJS TK Supervisory Board member, Poempida Hidayatulloh, just back challenge the KPK. This was conveyed directly before the Pewarta at BPJS Employment building, some time ago.

Peompida acknowledged that the cooperation would assist the Supervisory Board in carrying out its duties and functions. However, such cooperation points should not be focused solely on austerity issues. If you want more value, the KPK should really protect the HR behavior in internal BPJS TK.

"Actually, if KPK wants to help BPJS Kindergarten, do not saving it from the behavior of the people here, on the main or not, if only play catch," he said.

The baby magic is nicknamed Poempida Hidayatulloh continue, Supervisory Board never get information their internal party BPJS Kindergarten play.

It seeks to use its strategic roles for the benefit of the individual as well as the few. However, during the investigation process, the Supervisory Board did not find enough evidence.

"If the KPK wants to check if there is any flow of kick backs please, it's not a small thing, because the moral hazard is in the people who manage," challenged the former Golkar Party politician.

Poempida then exemplifies another problem that had previously occurred in BPJS TK. a person withdraws BPJS contributions from workers but is not deposited to BPJS Kindergarten but rather inserted into private pockets.

Therefore, the sanction of dismissal is sanctioned, but not criminal sanction. Related to this matter the Supervisory Board has stressed to be processed legally but until now there is no follow-up.

"The process we have pressed but here if criminal matters are mutually protective, because according to them they can lower public confidence that is the danger, if I think, it is upside down, just jail the chaotic people, so just stay clean people which exist," concluded Poempida

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