Minister of Home Affairs Tjahjo Commands the Investigation of ID Card-E Terror in Bogor

By : Herry Barus And Aldo Bella Putra | Sunday, May 27 2018 - 20:00 IWST

Mendagri Tjahjo Kumolo (Dok Industry.co.id
Mendagri Tjahjo Kumolo (Dok Industry.co.id

INDUSTRY.co.id - Jakarta - Home Minister Tjahjo Kumolo ordered his ministry's lineup to investigate the possibility of sabotage in the event of scarcity of electronic ID cards in Bogor, West Java.

"The Minister of Home Affairs order to the Secretary General, Inspector General and law firm, immediately went down to investigate the Directorate General of Dukcapil who is responsible and there must be an element of sabotage, even if KTP-e is damaged / invalid why not immediately destroyed and why move to Dukcapil warehouse in Bogor" Tjahjo said through the press, in Jakarta, Sunday (5/27/2018)

Tjahjo questioned why the damaged electronic ID card was not destroyed and if it was brought, why not use the car closed and guarded so it will not be scattered.

"Although only hundreds are scattered, two boxes and no fake names, WNA or whatever, should remain vigilant if abused," said Tjahjo.

Tjahjo asked the police to investigate this incident. He also ordered the Dukcapil Directorate General to destroy or burn the damaged / invalid electronic ID card.

"Do not be taken to the warehouse, be wary of being misused, tomorrow must be finished the proposal of mutation of dukcapil officials who must be responsible, 'banned' I think as the Minister of Home Affairs, this is not the negligence but the deliberate element," explained Tjahjo.

Previously circulated a video that shows a number of electronic ID cards are estimated to number in the hundreds, scattered in the area of ​​Bogor, West Java. Electronic ID card scattered it addressed South Sumatra.

According to Dukcapil, elektornik ID card is an electronic ID that damaged / invalid and was about to be taken from temporary warehouse in Pasar Minggu to Kemendagri warehouse in Bogor.

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