PT Jasa Raharja Provides Assistance to Accident Victims in Sukabumi

By : Herry Barus And Aldo Bella Putra | Sunday, September 09 2018 - 14:00 IWST

Direktur Utama PT Jasa Raharja, Budi Rahardjo (Hariyanto/INDUSTRY.co.id)
Direktur Utama PT Jasa Raharja, Budi Rahardjo (Hariyanto/INDUSTRY.co.id)

INDUSTRY.co.id - Jakarta - PT Jasa Raharja (Persero) gave compensation rights to 17 victims who died as a result of a tourism bus accident on Jalan Raya Penghubung Cibadak-Palabuhanratu, Sukabumi, West Java, Saturday (8/9/2018)

Jasa Raharja's Managing Director, Budi Rahardjo S in an official statement in Jakarta on Saturday (8/9/2018) expressed his condolences for the "Jakarta Wisata Transport" bus accident which killed 17 people and 14 injured, on Saturday at 12.00 WIB on Highway Connecting Cibadak-Palabuhanratu precisely in Cikidang Village Cikidang District, Sukabumi, West Java.

"Whereas based on Law Number 33 and PMK Number 15 of 2017, for victims who died, Jasa Raharja gave compensation of Rp. 50 million to the heirs of the victims who died," said Budi.

In addition, Jasa Raharja also issued a letter of guarantee for the cost of treatment to the hospital where the victims were treated, with a maximum maintenance fee of Rp20 million for the wounded.

Following up on this incident, Jasa Rahaja has received a report and coordinated with the Sukabumi Police Laka Unit and issued a Hospital Guarantee Letter and recorded victims treated at the Puskesmas and the Pelabuhan Ratu Regional General Hospital and Sekarwangi Cibadak Hospital.

The Jasa Raharja Representative Office of Sukabumi has also coordinated with Jasa Raharja DKI Jakarta Branch and Bogor Representative Office, to ensure the heirs of victims from the area.

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